Although the ocean is called different names in different places around the globe, it is really one continuous body of water. Ranging from just a few inches to miles deep, the ocean is a water biome that contains millions of different life formseach dependent on the others to survive.
|Publisher:||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Rebecca L. Johnson has written dozens of national award-winning books that highlight why science is such an exciting endeavor: there are no shortages of new species, remarkable adaptations, and fresh insights into life on earth. She believes that scientists have the world's best jobs, and has been fortunate to work with many of them in far-flung corners of the planet, including Antarctica’s frozen interior and the ocean's abyss.
"Through my writing, I hope to show young people that the world is full of wonders, and that science is the path that leads to them."
Phyllis Saroff is a freelance illustrator located in Annapolis, Maryland. Her illustrations have been used in books and magazines for children, and her scientific illustrations appear on displays in wildlife management areas across the country. Phyllis also paints fine art and portraiture. She is represented by McBride Gallery in Annapolis, Maryland.