Sneaking an early grammar lesson into a book about animals, Under the Sea
offers up a fun, foundational introduction to both sea life and pairs of directional words. Simple, rhythmical text introduces creatures and their surroundings by placing them in relative positions to each other. Detailed illustrations, meanwhile, provide a colorful backdrop of the developing ocean scene. Set within a durable board book format, this is a title all young readers will get behind
author: Kate Riggs
Kate Riggs is a Minnesota-based editor and author of children's and young adult nonfiction books. In 2012, her book Dolphins was honored as the winner of the Maryland Blue Crab Young Reader Award for Transitional Nonfiction.published:
Known for his scientifically realistic portrayals of nature, Tom Leonard has honed his talents for children's illustration with publishers such as Scholastic, Time-Life, and McGraw-Hill. This is his first book for Creative Editions.