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My First Book of Ocean Life

Out of Print
96 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: TickTock Books
My First Book of Ocean Life
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  • My First Book of Ocean Life ISBN: 9781846960062 Paperback Aug 2006 Out of Print #211486
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Find out about the lives of the animals that inhabit the world's oceans – from blue whales and great white sharks to starfish and prawns! Each double-page spread in My First Book of Ocean Life focuses on one animal and includes big, detailed photographs; a size chart; facts about the animal's physical characteristics and special skills; information on habitat, food, hunting and caring for young.

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Out of Print
96 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: TickTock Books
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