is a fun book with younger children. My toddler really loves the puppet! The artwork is textured, bright and fun.
We are big fans of Julia Donaldson and my 4-year-old loves making me read her books multiples times a day! This one is no exception. The story-line is beautiful with friendship, adventure and problem-solving. The rhymes make it fun to read and the art is colorful with lots of details.
Who does not like Eric Carle's books?! This another great read with gorgeous, colorful illustrations and it talks about sea-dads who carry their eggs.
showcases lots of magnificent ocean life. The drawings are simple and beautiful and my boys love the peek through pages.
With stunning photographs, it is the best for young children to learn about the ocean.
Although they are often used in home schools, I like Julia Rothman's books just for myself! The illustrations are hand drawn and beautiful and the books are very informative.
is another great read for toddlers. The books introduces us to a lot of different whale species in a fun, easy to read rhyming way, with very vivid illustrations.
is a great book to learn about ocean animals. Each double page is dedicated to one species with lots of fascinating facts.
by Marcus Pfister is a classic and shares a message of modesty.
is full of information about the ocean. My 6-year-old loves all the Magic School Bus books but definitely better for children 5 and up.
is part of Gail Gibbons huge collection of nature books. Great for learning more about turtles.
is perfect for preschoolers who have an interest in shells.