7 edition of Smithsonian ocean found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||QH91 .C73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008015633|
Get this from a library! Smithsonian ocean: our water, our world. [Deborah Cramer] -- The author of Great Waters: An Atlantic Passage identifies a living partnership between the earth and its life, explaining the comparatively new responsibility of human beings in protecting the sea. From tide pools to coral reefs, Smithsonian Dig It: Ocean Treasures includes everything kids need for an adventure in excavation. This kit covers ocean habitats today, and prehistoric creatures and fossils that reveal what the oceans were like millions of years ago. After reading the page book, children can hang up their giant poster Released on: J
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Smithsonian Ocean: Our Water, Our World Hardcover – October 7, by Deborah Cramer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Deborah Cramer Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Deborah Cited by: 1. Got it for 7yrs old ocean lover child. Loves looking,reading this beautifully illustrated book. Pictures are amazing,loaded with useful information.
Great way to spend time with your child looking at it,reading it together and talking about ocean world. Highly recommend substitution for screen time limitation 😉/5(). At Smithsonian Ocean, we have lesson plans, activities, and resources to help you engage your students in the wonders of our oceans.
This was a phenomenal read. Whenever I thought I already knew a good deal about the ocean, Smithsonian Ocean: Our Water, Our World would provide a fact or statistic that would truly blow my mind away.
To say that this book was a page-turner would be an understatement/5. Search Smithsonian Ocean. Cancel. Close. You can also discover amazing ocean animals and ecosystems here on the Smithsonian Ocean Portal, featuring ocean facts, multimedia, blogs, resources, and more from Smithsonian marine research and collections, the Sant Ocean Hall, and over 20 trusted collaborators such as NOAA, Smithsonian ocean book Geographic, the Encyclopedia or Life, and more.
For some ocean creatures, creating light is a matter of life and death. Learn about how light is used in the ocean. of results for "smithsonian books for kids" The Animal Book: A Visual Encyclopedia of Life on Earth The Rock and Gem Book: And Other Treasures of the Natural World.
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In the poetic and breathtakingly beautiful Smithsonian Ocean: Our Water Our World, gifted science writer Deborah Cramer reveals how. Nobel Prize winner Al Gore wrote of Deborah Cramer’s previous book Great Waters, “I urge everyone to read this book, pass on its teachings, and act on its message.”.
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Smithsonian Kids presents A Walk by the Ocean. Curious toddlers and preschoolers will learn fun facts in this Smithsonian Kids book about dolphins, whales, sea turtles, sharks, and the fascinating creatures that live in the dark depths of the deep sea/5(28).
The broad scope and natural history viewpoint make this a more valuable library addition than other recent books, which have been coffee-table sized and narrower in approach (e.g., Laurent Ballesta and Pierre Descamp's Planet Ocean).
Cramer's book would make a great reading assignment for the evolution unit in a high school biology course or Author: Deborah Cramer. Smithsonian Upcoming Titles Recent Releases. A Naturalist in the Amazon: The Journals & Writings of Henry Walter Bates. by Bates, Henry Walter $ A History of Plants in Fifty Fossils.
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To support those searching for armchair travel inspiration, Smithsonian magazine has compiled a collection of coverage dedicated to virtual reality experiences, digital exhibits and books that. The Smithsonian Ocean Visual Encyclopedia was created specifically with young children in mind.
It’s a comprehensive guide packed bursting with intriguing facts and stunning photography. It not only features aquatic life, but children will also learn about ocean explorers, ocean weather, shipwrecks, seas, lagoons and so much more. Smithsonian Magazine | Subscribe July Seventy-seven thousand years ago, a craftsman sat in a cave in a limestone cliff overlooking the rocky coast of what is now the Indian Ocean.
John Steinbeck’s Epic Ocean Voyage Rewrote the Rules of Ecology and it produced a highly original and influential book. Get the best of Smithsonian magazine .Best Book, National Academy of Sciences, Rachel Carson Book Award, Winner of the Reed Award in Environmental Writing.
Each year tiny sandpipers—red knots—undertake a near miracul mile journey from one end of the earth to the other and back.The beautiful companion volume to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Ocean Hall; the largest marine collection in the world. More than full-color photographs that bring the deep, dark world of the ocean to life.
"I urge everyone to read this book, pass on its teachings, and act on its message." – Sylvia Earle.