Books

From toddlers to adults - we all need to learn about the oceans.

FISHY TALES STORY BOOKS

AGE 3 - 6

LOGAN THE LOBSTER

The Fishy Tales Storybooks ( Early Readers)
Written by Gloria Barnett
Illustrated by Pam Clubb

Logan is a tiny spiny Lobster. But he’s different from all the other spiny lobsters in the sea. Will the other baby lobsters play with him? Will he make friends? Does it matter that he’s different?

 ‘Fishy Tale Storybooks’ are fun underwater storylines with  scientific facts about ocean creatures at the back of the book.

 Fishy Tales –  “Logan the Lobster”  – is now ON SALE

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The next book ‘Prickle the Puffer Fish’ is due to be published in September.

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LUCY'S ADVENTURES

AGE 8 - 12

‘communicating through the eye of a turtle can change your life, young Lucy. That’s a gift, that is. A real gift.’

THE LUCY MORGAN ADVENTURE SERIES

The first in a series of Lucy Morgan Adventure Stories
Eye of the Turtle
Written by Gloria Barnett
Illustrated by Katrin Lamb

Lucy has lived on the twelfth floor of a tower block, in a poor area of London for all of her eleven years, but when her Mum accepts a new job in the Caribbean, she must face the unknown. Finding a turtle who needs help begins Lucy’s affinity with ocean creatures. She promises to help protect them but there are challenges ahead in the dangerous underwater world.

 ‘Eye of the Turtle’ –  is now ON SALE

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Book Two – The Secrets of the Shallows is due to be published later in July.

The amazing jaw of a Bull Shark - just take a look at those teeth!

NON-FICTION ADULTS

AGE 10 - 110

THE AMAZING WORLD BENEATH THE WAVES

An Introduction to Understanding the Oceans

This guide is for anyone who has ever been intrigued, fascinated or entranced by the world’s oceans. From the tiniest microscopic, one-celled plankton to the vast blue whale, incredible photographs and illustrations reveal the amazing diversity of life beneath the waves and the extraordinary adaptations of creatures for survival in the extreme marine environment.

Concepts such as tides, undersea mountains and the relationship between atmosphere and ocean are all carefully described to enable non-scientists to understand how important the world’s oceans are to Planet Earth and to the existence of life on Earth.

From tsunamis and earthquakes, to pollution and rising sea levels – here is a guide that everyone should read – about a watery world that so few humans understand, which covers 70% of the surface of the planet and is so deep in parts that it hides even the highest mountain ranges and deepest canyons on Earth.

This book guides us effortlessly to a better understanding of the amazing world beneath the waves.

Through sales of this book, the author is supporting the work of the Marine Conservation Society (www.mcsuk.org)

WITH A FOREWORD BY JOHN AITCHISON - WILDLIFE FILMMAKER

‘In this book, Gloria Barnett gives us facts, explanations and reasons why each of us should learn more about the oceans and the crucial part they play in our world. ’

John Aitchison

John Aitchison is a wildlife filmmaker. He’s worked on many programmes for the BBC, National Geographic and Discovery Channel including Frozen Planet, Life, Big Cat Diary, The Natural Word, Springwatch and Yellowstone.

Follow John’s work at www.johnaitchison.net

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