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Exploring the seashore


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About this book


  • An introduction to the all the amazing plants and animals to be found on the seashore.
  • Packed with facts and clues to look for to discover the secrets of seashore life.
  • Includes practical step-by-step instructions for gently picking up crabs, making a rock pool viewer and much more.
  • With internet links to recommended websites with seashore games, activities and online identification guides.
“The 'must have' book for any child going to the coast this summer.”
Bookworms Bookshop, Reigate

Press Reviews

The 'must have' book for any child going to the coast this summer. This book is packed full with fascinating facts about weird and wonderful seashore animals and their amazing habitat. There are colourful illustrations, clues to follow, things to make and projects to undertake such as creating insect catchers and ideas for exploring rock pools. Don't leave home without it.

Bookworms Bookshop, Reigate

A beautifully illustrated guide to the habitats and species to be found along the seashore. This books is so much more than a field guide, though. It includes many activities to enjoy while exploring the wildlife of the seashore.
Wild Travel

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