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    African seashores

    Author: MacLarty, Sally
    ISBN: 9781770078925
    Format: paperback
    Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life รป more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores.
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    Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life - more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores. In the middle of the book is a full-colour gallery of all the featured shore life, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon or paint to use when colouring in the outlined images throughout the book. As they work through the book, budding artists and inquisitive children will also be able to pick up snippets of knowledge about the creatures, such as how the colourful sea anemone overpowers its prey; whether the sponge is an animal; how the starfish pulls its stomach outside of its body to eat; why the hermit crab's homes are all second-hand; and the bag of tricks used by that master of disguise, the octopus.
    Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life - more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores. In the middle of the book is a full-colour gallery of all the featured shore life, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon or paint to use when colouring in the outlined images throughout the book. As they work through the book, budding artists and inquisitive children will also be able to pick up snippets of knowledge about the creatures, such as how the colourful sea anemone overpowers its prey; whether the sponge is an animal; how the starfish pulls its stomach outside of its body to eat; why the hermit crab's homes are all second-hand; and the bag of tricks used by that master of disguise, the octopus.
    Products specifications
    ISBN13 9781770078925
    Sub-Title To read, colour and keep
    Contributor MacLarty, Sally
    Language English
    Format paperback
    Height 280.0
    Height 280.0
    Width 215.0
    Width 215.0
    Weight 183
    Publisher Struik Nature
    Publication Date 2010-06-01
    Short Description Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life - more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores.
    Short Description Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life û more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores.
    Full Description Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life - more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores. In the middle of the book is a full-colour gallery of all the featured shore life, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon or paint to use when colouring in the outlined images throughout the book. As they work through the book, budding artists and inquisitive children will also be able to pick up snippets of knowledge about the creatures, such as how the colourful sea anemone overpowers its prey; whether the sponge is an animal; how the starfish pulls its stomach outside of its body to eat; why the hermit crab's homes are all second-hand; and the bag of tricks used by that master of disguise, the octopus.
    Full Description Children will enjoy hours of fun colouring in this selection of our most striking seashore life û more than 40 of the brightest, most fascinating, commonly known creatures and plants from our local shores. In the middle of the book is a full-colour gallery of all the featured shore life, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon or paint to use when colouring in the outlined images throughout the book. As they work through the book, budding artists and inquisitive children will also be able to pick up snippets of knowledge about the creatures, such as how the colourful sea anemone overpowers its prey; whether the sponge is an animal; how the starfish pulls its stomach outside of its body to eat; why the hermit crab's homes are all second-hand; and the bag of tricks used by that master of disguise, the octopus.
    Author Biography Sally MacLarty is a freelance illustrator specialising in the fields of education and natural history, and particularly in childrenÆs books, and has contributed artwork to over 120 publications. She lives in Calitzdorp in the Little Karoo.