This beautifully illustrated lift-the-flap book lets children explore small habitats in nature up close.
The smallest areas of the natural world can contain a diverse web of life. Peer into a tide pool, explore the roots of a mangrove tree, take a swim through a water hole, climb to a leaf pool in the rain forest, dive down to the dark ocean floor, visit a peat bog, plunge deep into an underwater cave, and snorkel near a coral reef. What creatures will you discover? In this richly illustrated lift-the-flap book, young nature enthusiasts can get up close and personal to the wonders found in eight very different aquatic ecosystems.
About the Author
Lily Murray has worked as a writer and editor for more than fifteen years. The author of Dinosaurium and Beneath the Waves, she enjoys walking, bird-watching, reading books with her children, reading books without her children, and talking to her dog. She lives in the UK.
Lara Hawthorne graduated from Falmouth University in 2013. She is the author-illustrator of The Night Flower: The Blooming of the Saguaro Cactus and Alba and the Ocean Cleanup. Inspired by nature, myths, and legends, she creates wonderful small worlds with her distinct watercolor style. She currently lives in Bristol, England.