Coral Reefs: A Journey Through an Aquatic World Full of Wonder

Jason Chin (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$8.99  $8.27
Publisher
Square Fish
Publish Date
May 24, 2016
Pages
40
Dimensions
8.55 X 11.05 X 0.1 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250079480

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About the Author

Jason Chin is the author and artist of the award-winning book Redwoods, which Kirkus Reviews called, An inventive eye-opening adventure. His work also includes illustrations for Simon Winchester's The Day the World Exploded. He and his wife Deirdre, also an artist, live in Vermont.

Reviews

"Chin, who pioneered this hybrid form of straightforward nonfiction text and fanciful pictures with "Redwoods "(2009), offers another a statement about the power of reading for an imaginative child with this appealing introduction to a complex world." --"Kirkus Reviews", starred review "Chin's detailed illustrations capture the dappled light of shallow water and the bright tropical colors and patterns in the featured flora and fauna.... Readers shouldn't skip the information at the back, which explains the serious problem of coral bleaching due to global warming." --"Horn Book Magazine" "Chin's latest book offers a straightforward text discussing coral reefs, while the well-composed illustrations create an imaginative narrative running in parallel." --"Booklist"
"Chin offers a colorful and inventive introduction to coral reefs." --"School Library Journal" "Chin, who pioneered this hybrid form of straightforward nonfiction text and fanciful pictures with "Redwoods "(2009), offers another a statement about the power of reading for an imaginative child with this appealing introduction to a complex world." --"Kirkus Reviews", starred review "Chin's detailed illustrations capture the dappled light of shallow water and the bright tropical colors and patterns in the featured flora and fauna.... Readers shouldn't skip the information at the back, which explains the serious problem of coral bleaching due to global warming." --"Horn Book Magazine" "Chin's latest book offers a straightforward text discussing coral reefs, while the well-composed illustrations create an imaginative narrative running in parallel." --"Booklist"
"Information and fantasy collaborate in this imaginative introduction to coral reefs." --"BCCB" "Chin offers a colorful and inventive introduction to coral reefs." --"School Library Journal" "Chin, who pioneered this hybrid form of straightforward nonfiction text and fanciful pictures with "Redwoods "(2009), offers another a statement about the power of reading for an imaginative child with this appealing introduction to a complex world." --"Kirkus Reviews", starred review "Chin's detailed illustrations capture the dappled light of shallow water and the bright tropical colors and patterns in the featured flora and fauna.... Readers shouldn't skip the information at the back, which explains the serious problem of coral bleaching due to global warming." --"Horn Book Magazine" "Chin's latest book offers a straightforward text discussing coral reefs, while the well-composed illustrations create an imaginative narrative running in parallel." --"Booklist"