Green Sea Turtle (Young Zoologist): A First Field Guide to the Ocean Reptile from the Tropics

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Neon Squid
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7.6 X 8.9 X 0.4 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author

Carlee Jackson read her first book about marine animals at the age of six and fell in love. Today, she is a marine biologist, environmental educator, and science communicator. Carlee is co-founder and Director of Communications for Minorities in Shark Sciences (MISS), an organization promoting diversity and inclusivity in shark sciences. She is passionate about marine biology and loves everything about the ocean! Carlee previously wrote Sharks (A Day in the Life) for Neon Squid.

Daniel Rieley is a freelance illustrator based in London, UK. His work is influenced by his travels and "everyday adventures"; he finds hiking in remote landscapes, French cinema, the ocean, animals (the wild kind), interesting people, and surfing particularly rich sources of inspiration. Daniel works with a range of media, including pencils, watercolour, inks, and digital.

"A delightful, illustrated field guide for young readers. In spreads with realistic color drawings, information is paced out through blocks of text paired with images, spacing tidbits throughout... an inspiring guide for budding scientists and those with a special interest in animals. Highly recommended and has great value in library collections, especially where schools have STEM programs focused on conservation." --SLJ

Praise for the Young Zoologist series:
"What makes this series stand out is that the illustrations, bite-sized facts, and clear labels make it easy for the youngest of readers to navigate the text and absorb the information there." -- Booklist

"The well-illustrated Young Zoologist series guides readers through the lives and notable features of the spotlighted animals... prepares the young zoologist (aka the reader) for their upcoming adventure in the field, laying out tools necessary for investigating the animal. The bright, semi-realistic artwork could hold these titles on its own, but the easily digestible facts regarding life cycle, behavior, and conservation make the volumes well rounded. Each work is pragmatic in addressing the challenges these creatures face while helping aspiring zoologists learn ways to protect animals and their environments." --Booklist