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Secrets of the Sea Discover a Hidden World

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By: Kate Baker(Author), Eleanor Taylor(Illustrator)
93 pages, colour illustrations
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Secrets of the Sea takes you on a journey, from the rockpools along the shoreline, to the deepest, darkest depths of the ocean, to reveal an incredible and rarely seen world. You will zoom in on the intricate patterns on a giant clam, see the surprising beauty of fish gills when viewed under the microscope, and discover the tiny organisms that are the very building blocks of life. Some of them are harmless, some of them deadly. Some are alien in appearance, others are startling in their beauty. Without them, life as we know it would not exist. Welcome to the amazing hidden world under the sea.

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Eleanor Taylor graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2011 after studying Communication Art and Design. Her clients include The New York Times, Walker Books, The Smithsonian, The Guardian, Wall Street Journal and New Statesman. In 2011 she was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and in 2015 won the AOI Prize for Illustration. She works from her home by the sea in Hastings, East Sussex.

Art / Photobook
By: Kate Baker(Author), Eleanor Taylor(Illustrator)
93 pages, colour illustrations
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