This non-fiction hardcover book will delight anyone who has ever cast their eyes across a natural body of water and wondered what might lie underneath.
Colourful illustrations fill each page alongside with snippets of fishy facts. The facts are easy to read yet give the depth young fish enthusiasts crave and will perhaps inspire them to find out more.
The number of different types of fish around the world is phenomenal. They can be bony or cartilaginous, live in salt or fresh water and some have even been found in caves, under ice and deserts!
Each fact is accompanied by an illustration making the information easier to digest and pour over. There are flow charts, timelines and diagrams as well as information that compares different types of fish.
There are fish everywhere by Britta Teckentrup is an excellent book to inspire a love of nature and the inner scientist!
Research a fish that is local to your waters and draw or paint an image of it. Add a diagram or flowchart to describe more about this fish using ideas from the picture book
Why do we need so many different types of fish?
Look at the food chain and wonder what life would be like without fish.
Research a fish
Explore life cycles of different fish as inspired by Britta
Compare and contrast different types of fish
Learn about the world according to where different fish are found.