Life on the sea-shore
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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Seashore biology

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby A. J. Southward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH95.7 .S65
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 153 p.
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5938824M
LC Control Number65008401

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Buy Sea life & the seashore books from today. Find our best selection and offers online, with FREE Click & Collect or UK delivery. Shell Life on the Seashore book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 'Armed with this intrepid survey, we can see a brave new /5.   This is a book to take with you to the seaside, along with the beach summer novel. There’s even a lined blank page inside the jacket for the reader to scribble “Spotter’s Notes”. I’m not sure anyone will do this. It’s more of a book to read and enjoy than it Author: Philip Street. From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a.

  The book's cover gives the impression that the story is about kids playing at the seashore, but the book really only shows kids for the first two scenes and on the last page. The kids serve only for setting the scene and context, but they do not have any real role in the story/5(9).   seashore book by zolotov is a lyrical story about a young boy whose mother explains what the seashore is like. the words and illustrations are magical and likely to appeal as much to the adult reading it as the recipient. it is fantastic for a sensory story presentation so for any of you PMLD teachers out there this is a good book! the pages /5(28). Zolotow, Charlotte. The Seashore Book, PICTURE BOOK. Charlesbridge, $ A mother explains a day at the seashore to her son who has never been there before. They explore the sand and waves together, look for birds and shellfish, eat lunch on a big rock, and walk home along the pier/5. Originally published in , Shell Life on the Seashore is an amateur beachcombing classic. This newly reissued and updated edition includes a new foreword by Philip Hoare and an illustrated fold-out guide to identifying shells on the reverse of the book jacket/5(5).

This is an excellent rhyming book about life on the seashore by naturalist John Himmelman. The rhymes are natural and the drawings are of an excellent quality. Interesting choice of creatures to learn about: killifish, sandhoppers, and turnstones/5. In Seashells by the Seashore, beautiful art, a counting format, accurate information about the animals that made and live inside the shells, and rhyming text draw the reader to the shoreline of the beach and into the state of mind one finds when they are exploring the water's edge.. Counting from one to twelve (one to ten in the Board Book edition), Sue picks up shells-periwinkle, kitten's paw /5(50). The Seashore Book. Charlotte Zolotow. HarperCollins, - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages. 9 Reviews "What is the seashore like?" a little boy asks, so his mother brings to life for him the simple beauty of the beach: the whiteness of a gull's feather; the peppermint feel of cold water on his toes; the slow change of light over sand and 4/5(9). Richly colored paintings and a poetic text evoke the sights, sounds, and feelings of a perfect day at the seashore, from the shifting colors of the early morning sky to the sound of the waves to the feel of cold water on one's feet.4/5(9).