About Habitats: Oceans (Hardcover)

About Habitats: Oceans By Cathryn Sill, John Sill (Illustrator) Cover Image

About Habitats: Oceans (Hardcover)

By Cathryn Sill, John Sill (Illustrator)
A simple first look at oceans from the creators of the award-winning About Habitats series.

In simple, easy-to-understand language, author and educator Cathryn Sill teaches children what oceans are, what kinds of animals and plants live there, and why oceans are important.

Noted wildlife illustrator John Sill offers beautifully detailed paintings that depict the characteristics of different types of oceans—from the Arctic to the Indian Ocean. A glossary and afterword provide readers with further details.

Ideal for casual exploration or for early childhood and elementary science units.
Cathryn Sill, a graduate of Western Carolina University, was an elementary school teacher for thirty years. She is the author of more than twenty-five prize-winning nonfiction picture books about animals and habitats. She has created three nature series especially for pre-K and kindergarten students. She lives in North Carolina.

John Sill holds a BS in wildlife biology from North Carolina State University. Combining his knowledge of wildlife and artistic skill, John has achieved an impressive reputation as a wildlife artist and received many awards. He has illustrated more than twenty-five books in the About... and About Habitats series. He lives in North Carolina.
Product Details ISBN: 9781561456185
ISBN-10: 1561456187
Publisher: Peachtree
Publication Date: February 7th, 2012
Pages: 48
Language: English
Series: About Habitats
"This handsome volume from the Sills' About Habitats series introduces the world's largest habitat. . . The paintings are notable for the subtle use of color to recreate effects of water and light within the scenes. . . [A] fine addition to science collections. . . " —Booklist

"A lovely primer on Earth's largest habitat, this book illustrates all the ocean basics with spare text and vivid watercolors. A detailed afterword allows readers to dig deeper." —Scholastic Parent and Child Magazine