My First Pocket Guide Seashore Life
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My First Pocket Guide Seashore Life

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A close-up look at seashore life—both in the ocean and on the beach. Examines the sea horse, sea cucumber, octopus, four types of crab, six birds, seashells such as periwinkles, and many other engaging creatures.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Laura
Seashore Life provides brief descriptions of thirty-five different fishes, sea plants, birds, and crustaceans. Its format follows a set format – first the main text, where basic facts are mentioned. Second, a box called ‘Field Notes’ where an interesting fact is related about the species. Third, a ‘Where to Find’ box where the usual location of the specimen is shown on a map. Fourth is a box titled “What to look for’, wherein is briefly listed the species’ size, color, and behavior. Fifth is an...more
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