Ocean Life (Hardcover)

From A to Z [With DVD]

By Annie Crawley (Photographer)

Reader's Digest Association, 9780794412227, 32pp.

Publication Date: February 6, 2007

List Price: 17.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Kids will love this innovative book and DVD package that lets them discover the fascinating underwater world--without ever getting wet Kids will find fun facts and interesting tidbits as they pour over the amazing photographs and enjoy the 45-minute DVD full of incredible footage

Kids will love this innovative book and DVD package that lets them discover the fascinating underwater world - without ever getting wet The entry for each letter focuses on the ocean-dwellers that begin with that letter. Kids will find fun facts and interesting tidbits as they pour over the amazing photographs. The 45-minute DVD showcases incredible footage that kids will want to watch over and over again.

Underwater life is a part of all preschool thru high school curriculums Some preschools and all early grades study the life cycle of the tadpole to frog, and all early grades study the different types of plant and animal marine life - this book and DVD package includes everything they would study and MORE

Annie's interesting narrative on this DVD clearly explains what it is like to be a captain of a boat, a videographer, and an underwater diver for young children studying 'What Do People Do?" in school.


About the Author

Book photography and DVD created and narrated by Annie Crawley.(www.anniecrawley.com): Annie Crawley is a California girl now as she lives in Santa Barbara, CA. She grew up in Chicago and has contacts around the USA at Natural History Museums, Aquariums, and Science Centers. Annie works as a producer, freelance photographer, filmmaker, writer, model, 100 ton USCG master boat captain, dive instructor and educator. Her personal mission: "To educate and create entertaining multi-media programs to stimulate and awe the world into discovering, learning and protecting our earth, focusing upon the life of our oceans."