Who Lives in the Ocean: The Secret Life of the Depths


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Explore the undersea world of Australia's Great Barrier Reef! The Great Barrier Reef is home to an incredible variety of ocean life, from little clownfish to the huge hammerhead shark. Featuring stunning watercolors by Margherita Borin, this concertina book unfolds to reveal all the inhabitants of the richly biodiverse habitat. Along the back of the images, comprehensive text provides information about every one of these fascinating creatures and the coral reef itself. AGES: 6 and up AUTHOR: Margherita Borin studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice under the guidance of Carlo Di Raco, Mauro Zocchetta, Paolo Fraternali, and Aldo Grazi. In her research she studies the use of pastels, watercolors, felt-tips, carbon paper, transfers, and wood pulp. She currently lives in Pantelleria, Italy. SELLING POINTS: The large-scale foldout format gives an eye-opening glimpse of the reef a unique environment and the only living thing visible from space Includes many close-up and life-like illustrations of the fish and other life 16 page concertina book

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Editorial
White Star
Data de publicació
Idioma
Anglès
Tipus
Tapa dura
EAN/UPC
9788854412019

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