Did you know that a crab grows a new leg if it loses one? Or that a crab walks sideways? Young readers will learn about the shells, eyes, and legs of this scuttling creature. Blastoff! Series
Dolphins make clicking sounds and listen for echoes to catch food. Echoes help dolphins locate fish. Learn all about dolphin communication and how dolphins prosper underwater! Blastoff! Series
The sea anemone and the clown fish are ocean friends. They live together and care for each other. Children will discover what a clown fish is and its special relationship with the sea anemone. Blastoff! Series
Did you know that eels are called the snakes of the seas? Young readers will learn what eels are, what unique physical features they have, and how they dig pits for hiding. Blastoff! Series
Lionfish are intense predators that swallow their prey whole. This book introduces young readers to the physical features, hunting methods, and poisonous spines of lionfish. Blastoff! Series
A lobster hides by day and hunts for food by night. It wears its skeleton on the outside of its body. Children will discover the physical characteristics of lobsters and how they thrive underwater. Blastoff! Series
Orcas communicate with whistles and clicks and can recognize each other's voices. Young readers will learn how orcas look, breach the water to breathe, hunt ocean animals, and live in pods. Blastoff! Series
The teeth of parrotfish never stop growing. They look like a parrot's beak! This book explores how colorful parrotfish swim, eat, and rest covered in slime. Blastoff! Series
Manta rays are large, graceful creatures that glide through the water on slowly flapping fins. Children can learn where manta rays live, how they eat, how large these animals can grow, and more! Blastoff! Series
Did you know that penguins toboggan? They sometimes travel by sliding over ice on their stomachs. Beginning readers will discover the physical characteristics of penguins and learn how they move in water and on land. Blastoff! Series
Sea anemones have poisonous tentacles that they use to sting some kinds of fish. Explore what sea anemones are, where they live, and how they protect clown fish. Blastoff! Series
The mouths of sea dragons are long, narrow, and toothless. They work like straws. Beginning readers will enjoy learning about the different kinds of sea dragons, where sea dragons live, and how sea dragons stay safe. 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
A sea lion can hold its breath below water for three to nine minutes. After that, it must come to the surface for air. Follow this coastal creature as it lives in water and on land. Blastoff! Series
A sea turtle uses four flippers to move through the ocean water. Its flippers help it paddle, turn, and stop. Discover where sea turtles live, how they look, and all about baby sea turtles. Blastoff! Series
Sea urchins are prickly creatures. Sharp spines completely cover their bodies. Young readers will learn the parts of a sea urchin and how sea urchins move, eat, and stay safe. 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
Sponges can be almost any color and look like tubes, fans, vases, cups, or barrels. Most sponges stay in one place all their lives! Float along with a diversity of sponges and explore where they live, how their skeletons support their bodies, and how they eat. Blastoff! Series
Did you know that swordfish can move at 50 miles per hour? Their sleek bodies and swords help them cut through water. This book explores the swordfish as an ocean animal and hunter. Blastoff! Series
Tusks are long teeth that never stop growing. Walruses use tusks to pull themselves out of the water and onto ice. Young readers will learn how walruses look, act, and swim. Blastoff! Series
Little Gray loved his lagoon and the humans who came to visit him there. One day, Mama announces that they must swim north to a far-away sea. At first he is sad to leave his home, but Little Gray soon realizes the importance of their journey. What happens along the way and how does Little Gray help his mother? Swim along with Little Gray as he finds the way to this special, food-filled sea.
La pequeña Gris amaba con locura a su laguna y a los humanos que venían a visitarla. Un día, Mamá le dice que ellos necesitan nadar hacia el Norte, a un mar muy lejano. Al principio, le da tristeza dejar su hogar pero muy pronto, la pequeña Gris se da cuenta de la importancia de su viaje. ¿Qué pasa a lo largo del camino y cómo ayuda la pequeña Gris a su madre? Nada junto con la pequeña Gris mientras encuentra el camino hacia este mar especial, lleno de comida.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells the story of a sea turtle laying her eggs, how they hatch, find their way to the sea, and grow up.
This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about many different kinds of sharks and the unique features of species like the Hammerhead and the Great White shark.