OCEAN COUNTING
Published by National Geographic/ 2013
Ages 2–7
Photographs by Brian Skerry

About The Book

Breathtaking undersea photographs and kid-friendly facts about interesting ocean life help little ones learn how to count from one to ten in this 2014 National Science Teachers Association Outstanding Science Trade Book.

Each spread of this coffee-table-quality hardcover provides a counting opportunity, informative text, and an added Did You Know? fact. Back matter includes a map, message from the photographer, and more animal facts.


Info, Awards, and Reviews

In this stellar counting book, each spread features a vibrant color photograph of a different kind of ocean animal; a paragraph of perfectly composed, informative text and a “Did you know?” side box;… Lawler engages readers by calling attention to details or posing questions …This beautifully designed book will attract young readers.
– School Library Journal

Gorgeous photographs and straightforward counting… each page turn surprises.
Young readers will be fascinated…A great counting and learning combination.

– Kirkus Reviews

An enticing blend of science and math… a worthy addition to any classroom library.
– Int’l. Reading Association

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See more of Brian Skerry’s fabulous nature photographs at his website.

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