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Dive deep below the waves—Under the Sea, where strange creatures live. This watery journey takes young readers down through the different levels of the ocean, where they'll see a coral reef and meet sunfish, hammerhead sharks, humphead wrasse, and other animals. A long gatefold at the end reveals a cool shipwreck with treasure—and leads them safely back to the surface.
This is core science made easy for toddlers, written by an expert nonfiction author and with content carefully checked by a marine biologist.
Dr. Mike Goldsmith was formerly Head of Acoustics at the UK's National Physical Laboratory. He has written more than 40 science books for children and adults, which have been published in more than 28 countries. His books have been shortlisted for the Royal Society Young People's Book Prize twice. Dr. Goldsmith lives in the UK.
Having only graduated a few years ago, Kate Daubney has already gained an impressive client list in the UK, including Scholastic, Hachette, Wayland, and Little Tiger. She lives in the UK.