Seahorse: The Shyest Fish in the Sea by Christine Butterworth
  

Seahorse: The Shyest Fish in the Sea

Written by Christine Butterworth
Illustrated by John Lawrence

Synopsis

Seahorse: The Shyest Fish in the Sea by Christine Butterworth

Dive into the ocean and discover one of the shyest fish in the sea - the seahorse! In the warm ocean, among the waving sea grass meadows, an eye like a small black bead is watching the fish dart by. Who does it belong to? Seahorse! Dive into the magical, underwater realm of one of the shyest fish of all! Discover the secrets of a seahorse's life-cycle, and find out about its food, its habitat, and how it is the dad, not the mum, who gives birth to their babies! Made in consultation with seahorse expert Colin Wells of Plymouth Marine Aquarium, this book contains accurate information suitable for classroom projects and activities.

About the Author

Chris Butterworth is the author of over seventy books, mostly non-fiction, and has written on subjects as diverse as disasters, hiccoughs, basketball and snakes. She lives in Cornwall. John Lawrence has contributed to well over a hundred books as an illustrator and wood-engraver, including Lyra's Oxford by Philip Pullman, Tiny's Big Adventure by Martin Waddell and Christmas in Exeter Street by Diana Hendry.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 to 7 years

Author

Christine Butterworth
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

5th November 2015

ISBN

9781406367027


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