eBook Oceans epub

by Seymour Simon

eBook Oceans epub
  • ISBN: 0688094546
  • Author: Seymour Simon
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: William Morrow & Co (August 1, 1990)
  • ePUB size: 1761 kb
  • FB2 size 1681 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi lrf rtf


Join Seymour Simon, the dean of children's science nonfiction, as he investigates the most extreme environments. Seymour Simon's Extreme Oceans Hardcover – April 2, 2013.

Join Seymour Simon, the dean of children's science nonfiction, as he investigates the most extreme environments. by. Seymour Simon (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Seymour Simon's Extreme Oceans book. Join Seymour Simon, the "dean" of children's science nonfiction, as he investigates the most extreme environments, animals, plants, and weather in the ocean. Imagine exploring the most extreme parts of our amazing oceans-riding the tallest waves, diving to the darkest depths, and encountering the largest and most dangerous sea creatures on Earth.

Join Seymour Simon, the "dean" of children's science nonfiction, as he investigates the most extreme environments, animals, plants, and weather in the ocean. Imagine exploring the most extreme parts of our amazing oceans riding the tallest waves, diving to the darkest depths, and encountering the largest and most dangerous sea creatures on Earth.

Seymour Simon (born August 9, 1931) is an American writer of children's books; he is primarily a science writer. Simon was born in New York City. He graduated from the Bronx High School of Science and the City College of New York. A science teacher for 23 years, he began writing for children in the early 1960s.

It turns out that books with ocean in the title are way more common than you think. It's safe to say that many of these titles aren't books about oceans, but the core commonality between these books is that they have the word ocean in the title

It turns out that books with ocean in the title are way more common than you think. It's safe to say that many of these titles aren't books about oceans, but the core commonality between these books is that they have the word ocean in the title.

ISBN 10: 1452108331 ISBN 13: 9781452108339. Publisher: Chronicle Books, 2013.

Seymour Simon is a former teacher and the author of more than 200 science books for children, more than half of which have been named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students by the National Science Teachers Association. Mr. Simon is the recipient of many awards honoring the body of his work, from Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award and many more.

Seymour Simon's extreme oceans. Published 2013 by Chronicle Books in San Francisco. Juvenile literature, Ocean.

Explains how oceans influence climate, the relationship between the phases of the moon and tides, and the dangers of deadly tidal waves called tsunami
Comments: (7)
Mananara
I give this wee book five stars because it does the best job of a wee book on the subject I could imagine. The book is very short but covers the most important thoughts to have about the ocean if you want to be able to think about the ocean in the context of the world (and think about what you see when you are the shore). One could actually put the content to memory and maintain it there for a long time - that should help with awareness.

Of course, I like books that are longer and cover the second level of depth as well. But, since I hear we're a society that doesn't read much on a subject if it's more than 140 characters, I do think this book has a place in our library at the Ocean Project. I have placed it there as a result. Thank you, Seymour.
Coidor
Great pictures accompany a nicely written and digestible scientific discussion of the ocean. Great for kids!
Stylish Monkey
5th grade loves the great photos and details.
Togar
nice, informative, book to teach children about the ocean it is like a beginner's guide to oceanography and also discusses how people use the ocean and the creatures that live in it
Gholbimand
This is a very edicational, easy-to-read book that gives information on the single body of water that the world is covered in. I especially liked all the interesting facts mentioned in this book and it was an informational and short read. Some of the facts that I found interesting were that the ocean has more tha one-and-one-half quintillion (15 followed by 17 zeros) tons of water - that 100 billion gallons of water for each person in the world - , how scientists use echo sounding to find out the physical features of the ocean, the cause of tides in relation to the moon and the sun, and the incredible numbers of life forms in the sea. There are also a couple of pages talking about waves - both destructive (tsunamis, hurricane waves) and normal waves that you see at the beach. The fantastic color photographs are simply breathtaking. This book also has good diagrams and the text is clear and concise.
Ceck
this book was part of a set of gift books,used in a science class. the pictures and text are both well done.i will be purchasing the rest of this series.
wanderpool
Informational books—grandson loves it
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