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Oceans at Work

Oceans at Work

Published: 11 Nov 2021

Paperback / softback, 32 pages

Recommended for age 7+

By Claudia Martin

Illustrated by Fiona Osbaldstone

Published by Hachette Children's Group

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Take a deep dive into the depths of our blue planet with this stunning book all about the ocean - Earth's largest biome. In Oceans at Work, beautiful illustrations and striking photographs combine to help readers explore how humans interact with the ocean and how we have come to depend on it for travel, food and fun. Investigate our use of the seas from seaweed farms to fishing boats, and from whaling to a world cruises.

It will inspire young readers to think about how human activity is at times harming our world and the delicate balance of life in ocean and coastal habitats around the world. Each title includes a map of the world highlighting each ocean and what phenomena occur there. For readers aged 7+ who are studying geography, habitats and natural history at key stage 2.

The Oceans Explored series is also an excellent resource for children interested in ecology and green issues.

The The Oceans Explored series

Oceans at Work

The Oceans pack

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An easy-purchase topic  pack of children's books to support the topic of Oceans and Seas. You can purchase individual titles or the collection.

  • Ariki and the Giant Shark
  • Hope the Whale
  • The Great Barrier Reef
  • Blue Worlds: The Pacific Ocean
  • Blue Worlds: The Atlantic Ocean
  • Blue Worlds: The Arctic Ocean
  • Let's Save the Great Barrier Reef
  • Atlas of Ocean Adventures
  • Shark Lady
  • Majestic Oceans : Discover the World Beneath the Waves
  • What a Shell Can Tell
  • Blue Planet II
  • Oceans at Work
  • Professor Astro Cat's Deep-Sea Voyage
  • Earth's Incredible Oceans
  • Water World
  • Manfish A Story of Jacques Cousteau