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The lively and fun Smithsonian Young Explorers: Oceans covers the science of ocean movement, pollution, and fascinating facts on marine life. From profiles on the Pacific to waves and tsunamis, young readers will love to learn about the basics of the ocean. And of course, all the cutest sea creatures (sea otters and dolphins!) and the fiercest (great white sharks and poisonous jellyfish!) and all their ocean friends are covered in detail for budding ocean explorers. Once readers get their feet wet in the world’s oceans, they can continue their education by assembling the included 130-piece floor puzzle of colorful marine life. The puzzle and included poster give children extra opportunities to learn about the ocean and engage them in the sciences.
John Francis is an illustrator of children's and young adult books. As a member of the esteemed illustrators’ agency, Bernard Thorton Artists, Francis has received international acclaim, producing high quality artwork, with an emphasis on animals and natural history.
Ruth Strother is an award-winning writer and editor whose work has touched children around the globe. From running editorial departments at publishing houses to freelance writing and editing, Ruth has immersed herself in the creation of books for both children and adults. Her latest written works for children include W is for Woof: A Dog Alphabet and the NSTA/CBC Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children B is for Blue Planet: an Earth Science Alphabet. Ruth lives in Southern California with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.