The Seashore

The Seashore

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This exciting and fact-filled new series will give lively and informative answers to many of the What, How, Why and Which questions that young children ask about the world around them. Question Time: The Seashore, for instance, asks a variety of questions such as Where do shells come from?, Why do crabs have claws?, How do fish disguise themselves? and Why do some birds nest on cliffs? plus many more. Carefully researched and created to fulfil primary needs, each book covers a popular subject that will stimulate children's curiosity. The topics are explored in great detail with engaging text, and supported by colourful and inviting illustrations which bring the subjects vividly to life. Further information is supplied alongside photographs, amazing facts appear with eye-catching cartoons, and a Now I Know feature reinforces the facts that have been learned. This focused approach will provide a solid basis of knowledge, as well as inspire and more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 230 x 280mm
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0753405709
  • 9780753405703

Table of contents

1 Title; 2-3 Copyright And Contents; 4 What Is A Seashore? 6 How Are Rocky And Sandy Shores Made? 8 Why Do Kittiwakes Nest On Cliffs? 10 What Are Sand Dunes? 12 How Do Jellyfish Get Stranded? 14 Why Do Lugworms Live Under The Sand? 16 How Do Oystercatchers Search For Food? 18 What Lives In A Rock Pool? 20 Where Do Trees Grow On Stilts? 22 Why Do Crabs Have Claws? 24 Why Is Seaweed Slimy? 26 Which Fish Live In The Shallows? 28 What Is A Coral? 30-31 Quiz And Glossary; 32 Indexshow more

About Angela Wilkes

Angela Wilkes, an award-winning writer and editor, is renowned for lively, engaging books that children read over and over again. She excels in presenting information in an original and straightforward way - a gift that has been recognized by children and parents alike across the more