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Think of an Eel

By: Karen Wallace(Author), Mike Bostock(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations, includes audio CD
Publisher: Walker Books
Think of an Eel
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  • Think of an Eel ISBN: 9781406312010 Paperback Jan 2008 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Dive deep down, through the warm waters to the bed of the Sargasso Sea, as a newborn eel starts to swim towards the rivers he will soon call home. Curious young minds will love learning about the waterbed antics of the eel in this picture book which combines story with information. Previously part of the acclaimed Read and Wonder series, Think of an Eel has been re-launched in the new Nature Storybooks series with a brand new look.

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Karen Wallace was born in Canada, and grew up in a log cabin in Quebec. Her childhood was spent playing in the forests and messing about on the Gatineau River, which in many ways is the source of all of her writing. Her books include Bears in the Forest and Think of an Eel Big Book.

Mike Bostock was born in Bristol and studied illustration at Bath Academy of Art. He lives in London.

By: Karen Wallace(Author), Mike Bostock(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations, includes audio CD
Publisher: Walker Books
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