About Habitats: Seashores
Written by Cathryn Sill
Illustrated by John Sill
So many of us never get the chance to go to the seashore. Even people live within an easy drive often never get there. With the changing environment, seashores are also changing, so it’s more important than ever to learn what they are like.
As with the other books in this series, the author does a great job of covering all the information that most kids would want to know about the subject. Sandy beaches to rocky shores to huge cliffs. It’s all here. There could be mud or huge sand dunes. Plants and animals must be prepared for both low tide and high tide. They must often withstand huge waves, salty spray, strong winds, and hot sunshine. They must be able to care for their young and teach them to survive.
Vivid and detailed watercolors accompany each page of this wonderful volume, giving the “you are there” feel.
This is a great classroom resource and a lot of fun to read.
- Title: About Habitats: Seashores
- Author: Cathryn Sill
- Illustrator: John Sill
- Published: Peachtree Publishers, August 1, 2017
- Reviewer: Sue Poduska
- Format: Hardcover, 48 pages
- Grade Level: 3 to 7
- Genre: Nonfiction, Nature
- ISBN: 978-1-56145-968-1
- Extras: Afterword with extra information, Glossary, Bibliography