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4)A DAY UNDERWATER:REEF;SEA CREATURES;STARFISH,CRABS,SE

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Science & Nature

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Age Level:

Ages 4 - 8

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1. A Day Underwater by Deborah Kovacs1987 Rainbow Author: Deborah Kovacs Format: Soft cover Publisher: Scholastic Publication Year: 1987 ISBN-10: 0590407465 Age Level: Ages 4 - 8 ISBN-13: 9780590407465 Condition: Good Subject: Science Nature Height: 8.0 in. Width: 8.0 in. Thickness: 0.2 in. Weight: 3.2 oz. A fascinating science trip to the ocean floor in an experimental submarine. Child's First Name On Inside Front Cover. 2. A REEF COMES TO LIFE: CREATING AN UNDERSEA EXHIBIT, 1991 by Nat Segaloff and Paul Erickson SOFT cover: 40 pages · Publisher: SCHOLASTIC (1991) · Language: English · ISBN-0590463519 · Complete With Bibliography, Index and Glossary. Illustrated With Color Photographs. · A Aquarium Book. · Ages 9-12 From School Library Journal Grade 5-6-- Like Mallory and Conley's The Rescue of the Stranded Whales (S. S., 1989), this book describes a New England Aquarium project and takes readers along step by step--this time through the construction of a coral reef habitat. The authors explain how living coral, tiny soft polyps, leave behind the hard rocklike structure that becomes home to myriad life forms under water. The complex project of replicating this environment, from the mechanics of emptying the huge aquarium, replacing the centerpiece rock formation with the new reef, refilling the aquarium, to reintroducing the fish is detailed and illustrated. Striking, glossy full-color photographs show each part of the process from the initial sketches to the creation of latex molds used to make the lifelike plastic corals and sponges. Although the writing doesn't always flow smoothly (there's a jerky transition from the role of corals to that of sponges), and the photographs, while beautiful, do not always give an accurate sense of the size of the fish, this is nevertheless an intriguing behind-the-scenes glimpse at a fascinating facility. Card catalog description Describes the construction of a coral reef environment in a museum exhibition. The book is in very good condition with minimal shelf wear. The pages are tightly bound, clean and no marks or writing; clean/tight text. NO writing, tears, dog-ears, etc. Nice cover illustration. Not ex. library or discard. 3. Starfish, Seashells, and Crabs by George S. Fichter. Did You Know A Starfish Isn't A Fish At All? Snails Polish Their Shells? Crabs Have Blue Blood? Much information and many color illustrations and diagrams of various types of starfish, crabs and sea animals with shells. A "Golden Junior Guide." 1993 paperback has wear creases to cover, text good. Discover The Wonderful World Of Nature With The "Golden Junior Guides." Developed For Children In The Tradition Of Excellence For Which The Golden Guides Are Known. Each Easy-To-Read Volume Is Filled With Fascinating Facts About A Variety Of Familiar Animals, Brought To Life In Stunning, Close-Up Illustrations. Many Of The Animals Are Larger Then Life Size. This Issue Includes: Bees, Wasps, And Ants. Butterflies And Moths, Starfish, Seashells, And Crabs. Turtles, Toads, And Frogs. Starfish, Seashells, and Crabs Author: George S. Fichter Publication Year: 1993 Publisher: Golden Pr ISBN-10: 0307114309 Format: Soft cover 4. TOTALLY AMAZING SEA CREATURES Ages 7-11, FULL PAGE COLOR Photographs! INDEX. Golden Books Publishing, 1998, ISBN: 0307201619, used soft cover in very good condition, 32 pages, 8 1/2a x 11a From the back cover: Dive in and meet an eel that swims 4,000 miles to lay her eggs, and a fish that blows up like a balloon. You can even find out what hagfish and vampires have in common! Totally Amazing if filled with facts and fun. Enjoy page after page of fascinating information, incredible close-up photographs, jokes, and crazy cartoons. Bottom right corner has a crease; childas name on top of cover (quite faint).
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