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Did you know that only a small percentage of our oceans have been explored? This means that there could be interesting life forms in the ocean floor. While this book will not be diving deep into the waters, it will provide information on the marine life already known to man. This book will create a solid foundation for further explorations. Grab a copy of this book today!


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Did you know that only a small percentage of our oceans have been explored? This means that there could be interesting life forms in the ocean floor. While this book will not be diving deep into the waters, it will provide information on the marine life already known to man. This book will create a solid foundation for further explorations. Grab a copy of this book today!

17 review for There's Something in the Water! - Marine Biology for Kids | Children's Biology Books

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lör K.

    I bought There’s Something in the Water! – Marine Biology for Kids for £0.49 on the Amazon Kindle Store. My little step niece is only seven, and she’s been asking about the intense studying I do about sharks all the time, so when I found this, I decided to buy it and use it to introduce her to marine biology. She absolutely adored this, and I enjoyed it as well. The pages are bright with really wonderful photos in them, and I’ve never seen her so entranced by something that wasn’t a teddy bear be I bought There’s Something in the Water! – Marine Biology for Kids for £0.49 on the Amazon Kindle Store. My little step niece is only seven, and she’s been asking about the intense studying I do about sharks all the time, so when I found this, I decided to buy it and use it to introduce her to marine biology. She absolutely adored this, and I enjoyed it as well. The pages are bright with really wonderful photos in them, and I’ve never seen her so entranced by something that wasn’t a teddy bear before. She sat and ran her finger over every image, and let me sit and tell her exactly what the species was, what kind of animal they are, etc. The information itself in this, is quite a bit older than what I would expect. There was some stuff throughout it, terms that I only just learned as a twenty year old student, much less what a younger child would know, and there’s no glossary or anything similar. A glossary would have gone down really well in this book, explaining the hard to know “adult” terms in the book, I think. Other than that, this was really sweet. My step niece is suddenly much more interested in the ocean, and the small section about keeping the oceans clean in this has made her want to go on the Great British Beach Clean Up with me next year. Not my cup of tea, but definitely enjoyable for younger children.

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    Hermione

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    Hermione

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  15. 5 out of 5

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    Kadiri Saliu

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    Kristen

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