Isabel and the Invisible World

Isabel and the Invisible World

Isabel and the Invisible World

Isabel and the Invisible World

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Overview

Isabel dreams of being a super detective. She's actually a natural-born scientist. She just doesn't know it yet. Science is boring, but detective work is exciting! Along with her family, Isabel uncovers secrets of the natural world. In her first adventure, we meet Isabel and explore with her as she learns the mystery of glowing waves. Isabel's stories promote self-learning and are simple introductions to natural science, suitable for ages 3-7.

"This beautifully illustrated story swept me back into the wonderment of my own childhood...it's the perfect spark to enliven a child's curiosity of the natural world above and below the ocean. A pure joy to read for both adults and kids!"

- Linden Wolbert, Ocean Edutainer

"It's the exact type of book I'm grateful my parents chose to read to me in order to encourage my own growing curiosity for the natural world."

- Chad Shagren, Underwater Camera Operator - Discovery Shark Week, NatGeo

"This is a great primer to introduce children to life science concepts. Follow Isabel to discover tiny creatures in a wondrous world. Natural science is everywhere. Curiosity makes you smarter!"

- Dr. Y.H. Carol Tan, Ph.D., Cancer Research Scientist


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798986070254
Publisher: Headlamp Books
Publication date: 09/01/2022
Series: Isabel and the Invisible World , #1
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Rick Allen is an author, photographer, AAUS scientific diver, and PADI Divemaster. He's collected data for oceanographic researchers, fed sharks by hand, and loves seeing bioluminescence when scuba diving at night. Exploring the forests and lakes of Southwest Michigan as a boy nurtured his love of ecology. He now lives in Southern California with his wife, daughter, and orange tabby cat. He enjoys telling stories that promote outdoor play and self-learning.

Nadia Ronquillo is a Children's Book Illustrator, Visual Development Artist and Content Creator from Ecuador. She majored in Graphic Design and Audiovisual Production, and right away started freelancing as a children's book Illustrator and collaborating remotely as a visual development artist with the animation studio Cocoa López, Mexico.Her work can be found in children's books, animated shorts and television.
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