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The Sea Is Salty: and Other Questions About the Oceans

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Insatiable young oceanographers will discover amazing facts in this compendium of marine questions and answers.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published April 25th 2003 by Kingfisher (first published April 15th 1994)
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Abdullah Hussaini
Oct 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
its good
Portable
The "I Wonder Why" series are aimed at slighter older than our kindergarten children, as they have detailed information sections. However, they're great for sharing as they are full of interesting illustrations, and because they model asking and answering questions. They're great to demonstrate how we can use books to find information, and for reading together. This series would be great for at home reading also.
Amelia
Oct 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book gives great information about different oceans, the creatures that live in them, and other great facts. This book has good illustrations (not real photos) and has a lot of information about the sea and sea life. I would say this book is appropriate for older students because some of the words are more difficult to read and comprehend.
Kathryn Zebrowski-Wray
Jul 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
Love this series for my fact loving kids!
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Anita Ganeri is a highly experienced author of children’s information books, specialising in religion, India/Asia, multiculturalism, geography, biography and natural history. She became a freelance writer after working at Walker Books (as foreign rights manager) and Usborne Publishing (as an editor). Since then, she has written over 300 titles, including the best-selling Horrible Geography series ...more