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Nature Watch - Under the Waves

Written by Sarah Levison

Illustrated by Hannah Tolson

Part of the Nature Watch Series

Nature Watch - Under the Waves Synopsis

The Nature Watch titles are the perfect non-fiction picture books for budding animal lovers. A fun, engaging format, beautiful illustrations and gentle educational text make the series an appealing and absorbing gift for children. Die-cut holes make these wonderful books come to life! Each layer in Nature Watch: Under the Waves shows a different sea level, from shallow rockpools to the very bottom of the ocean. Peek through the holes onto the next page to spot all kinds of wonderful sea life, from jellyfish to vampire squid, coral reefs to sea lilies. Each page has fun facts and lots of things to find and count to keep children engaged, and Hannah Tolson's accompanying illustrations bring a lively visual appeal.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780711241572
Publication date: 16th May 2019
Author: Sarah Levison
Illustrator: Hannah Tolson
Publisher: QED Publishing
Format: Board book
Pagination: 10 pages

About Sarah Levison

Originally from a small town near Leeds, Hannah Tolson moved the long long way down to Falmouth, Cornwall to study illustration by the sea. After graduating in 2013, she still lives and and continues to illustrate there. Sarah Levison lives in Tufnell Park with her husband, two children and two cats. A writer of children's pre-school and fiction, Sarah loves bringing characters to life, especially if they are cats.

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