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My Encyclopedia of Very Important Oceans

A charming children’s encyclopedia that takes you on a journey into the deep blue to discover the wonders of the world’s oceans!

The world is so much bigger than young minds can fathom and there is always more to learn.
My Encyclopedia of Very Important Oceans is a vibrant encyclopedia for curious 5-9 year olds, who want to know everything there is to know about life on and under the waves. Easily accessible to young readers through a balance of striking images and conversational, age-appropriate text, this ocean encyclopedia will tap into every child’s natural curiosity and answer all their biggest questions about this amazing world under the water.

Bursting with up-to-date facts and discoveries, this exciting kid’s encyclopedia includes everything from the spectacular seabirds soaring over Earth’s vast oceans, to the tiny creatures lurking on the ocean floor.
Dive in and explore forgotten shipwrecks, swim with fabulous fish and other awesome underwater animals, and weave your way through secret deep sea homes. You’ll travel back in time to meet plundering pirates, scientists, and explorers who changed the course of history, then it’s time to learn about lots of very important underwater jobs and how you can help to protect Earth’s precious oceans.

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