This book uses the ocean as a backdrop to define food webs and identifying the animals who act as predator, prey, or both.
Reaching speeds of up to 12 miles per hour, mambas are considered the world's fastest snakes. Readers will see what mambas look like, where they call home, and why they are one of the deadliest snakes in the world. Blastoff! Series
Frogfish rarely swim. Instead, they â€œwalkâ€ on their fins, crawling along the sea floor. This book teaches children how frogfish look, how they travel underwater, and that they wiggle to catch prey. Blastoff! Series
Sea otters spend a lot of time together floating on their backs. It makes sense why a group of sea otters is called a raft. Young readers will learn how sea otters look, eat, and live in community. Blastoff! Series
What happens when you put a sea shell up to your ear? You hear the sound of crashing ocean waves. This book explores spiral sea shells, sea shells with two parts, and how animals live in sea shells. Blastoff! Series
Sharks are known as nature's fiercest ocean predators. Wherever they are, danger is lurking! This book introduces children to the characteristics and hunting methods of sharks. Blastoff! Series
Many shrimp can light up and squirt bright clouds from their bodies to scare away predators! Beginning readers will discover what shrimp look like and how they move and eat. Blastoff! Series