Oceanarium

Oceanarium

4.55 (11 ratings by Goodreads)
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Welcome to the museum that is always open to explore...

Step inside the pages of Oceanarium to enjoy the experience of a museum from the comfort of your own home. This stunning offering from the Welcome to the Museum series guides readers around the world's oceans, from sandy shorelines to the deepest depths. Get up close and personal with giant whale sharks, tiny tropical fish, majestic manatees and so much more, travel the world from frozen Arctic seas to shimmering coral reefs, and learn why it is so important that we protect our oceans.

Intricate artwork by rising star Teagan White combines with expert text by education officer Loveday Trinick from the National Marine Aquarium, UK. A stunning exploration of the underwater world, and a must-have for any animal enthusiast.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 112 pages
  • 275 x 377 x 15mm | 1,260g
  • Big Picture Press
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1787416313
  • 9781787416314
  • 5,364

Review quote

A huge hit with children and the perfect gift, books in the Welcome to the Museum series offer a brilliant introduction to the world through objects, artwork and images, in the interactive style of a museum and the latest addition - Oceanarium - brings children up close and personal with the wildest wonders of the ocean * Waterstones * With artwork that is at once intricate and spectacular and written by a marine biologist, this is filled with facts as fascinating as the creatures are extraordinary. * i Newspaper * Make plenty of space on your book
shelf or coffee table for the latest in the
Welcome to the Museum series. This time
we're going around the world's oceans
and discovering what creatures lie
beneath. The illustrations are absolutely
stunning and range from tiny seahorses to
the blue whale. Loveday Trinick is a marine biologist meaning this book is
crammed full of fascinating facts, but also gets the message cross about
how it's important to conserve our oceans. * City Kids * Step inside the pages of Oceanarium to enjoy the experience of a museum from the comfort of your own home. This stunning offering from the Welcome to the Museum series guides readers around the Oceanarium ... home to an astonishing collection of more than two hundred sea creatures. This fantastic exploration of our ocean planet comes courtesy of the Big Picture Press as part of a series which enables readers to wander galleries from the comfort of home and discover a collection of curated exhibits on every page, all accompanied by informative text. In this eye-catching new tour, presented in the form of a large, high-quality book packed with amazing pictures and fascinating facts, we marvel at the world's oceans, from sandy shorelines to the deepest depths. Get up close and personal with giant whale sharks, tiny tropical fish and majestic manatees, discover how some deep-sea dwelling animals produce their own light, travel the world from frozen Arctic seas to shimmering coral reefs, and learn why it is so important that we protect our oceans. Intricately detailed artwork by rising star Teagan White combines with an expert text by education officer Loveday Trinick from the UK's National Marine Aquarium. A stunning exploration of our hidden underwater world, and a must-have for all animal enthusiasts. * The Clitheroe Advertiser *
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About Loveday Trinick

Loveday Trinick (Author)
Loveday Trinick is a marine biologist working as a Schools Officer for the Ocean Conservation Trust. Based within the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, she teaches school children of all ages about the Ocean and why it is important to all of us. Loveday loves seeing children inspired by animals and creating connections to the marine environment - she believes this is the best way to help conserve our oceans for future generations.

Teagan White (Illustrator)
Teagan White is an artist and illustrator living in the Pacific Northwest, using depictions of flora and fauna to celebrate the intricate beauty of the natural world and lament the relationship between humans and the rest of nature. Teagan's work is influenced by years of living in the Midwestern US and Great Lakes region, travelling by bicycle, adventuring in the woods and volunteering in wildlife rehabilitation.
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