The Big Book of the Blue - The Big Book series (Hardback)
  • The Big Book of the Blue - The Big Book series (Hardback)

The Big Book of the Blue - The Big Book series (Hardback)

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Hardback 64 Pages
Published: 10/05/2018
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Nominated for the 2019 Kate Greenaway Medal

Why do octopuses have eight arms?
Why do crabs run sideways?
Are jellyfish made of jelly?

Yuval Zommer’s beautiful new book provides the answers to these and many more fishy questions. His wonderfully quirky illustrations show off all kinds of slippery, shimmery and surprising sea creatures, including sea turtles, whales, sharks, rays and seahorses. Chatty, funny and full of amazing facts, it will be devoured by children eager to find out about the most exciting creatures from the deep blue.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
ISBN: 9780500651193
Number of pages: 64
Weight: 770 g
Dimensions: 340 x 230 mm


'Zommer excels at creating distinctive illustrations' - Minerva Reads

'Packed full of amazing facts and quirky illustrations, it will be devoured by children eager to dive deep into the mysterious depths of our seas and oceans' - Ni4Kids Magazine

'A brilliant introduction to the wonderful world of water!' - North Somerset Teachers Book Award Blog

'A truly gorgeous book and a fantastic addition to your natural history selection' - Read It Daddy

'This divine celebration of aquatic creatures will feed hungry minds' - Smallish Magazine

'Filled with fun, fishy questions and facts about all manner of slippery, shimmery sea creatures. It will be returned to again and again by kids of all ages' - Pregnancy & Parenting Magazine

'Brilliantly bright pictures and fun find-the-sardine hunt on every page to add to the fun' - Angels & Urchins

'Fun and beautifully done' - The Book Trust

'A dive into an underwater world … packed full of bright illustrations and fun facts about the ocean’s amazing creatures' - World of Animals magazine

'Jam-packed with stunning illustrations and tons of facts' - Research-Rich Pedagogies

'A sparkling underwater introduction' - Metro

'An absolute must for any inquisitive young minds’ bookshelves' - Families London

'A wonderful celebration of ocean life and a timely reminder of our responsibility to protect it' - Get Kids into Books

'Lavishly produced with the most interesting and thoughtful information, a total triumph' - Book Lover Jo

'A colourful treat for youngsters' - BBC Wildlife

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“A Piece of Art”

This is a phenomenally beautiful book full of lively illustrations and interesting facts. Each double page is a new adventure, under the general header (e.g. Sea Turtles, Krill, Sharks, but also 'rock... More

“Blue Planet II for the young ones”

Having watched Blue Planet II last year and talked with many customers about it the next day, it was incredible to see that so many people were interested in it and even made a decision to change their environmental... More

“One to dive into again and again!”

Already a big fan of Yuval Zommer's Big Books of Bugs and Beasts, I jumped at the chance to get hold of a copy of his newest book for review (many thanks to Thames & Hudson). And I wasn't disappointed!... More

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