Do You Love Oceans?: Why oceans are magnificently mega!


Available for Pre-order. Due April 2023.
Do You Love Oceans?: Why oceans are magnificently mega! Author: Illustrator: Matt Robertson Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Pages: 32 Language: English ISBN: 9781526639639 Categories: , , , ,

Investigate shipwrecks where scorpionfish hide, dive down to the Mariana trench to meet a dumbo octopus, marvel at ocean giants and dart in between manatees in mangrove forests to find out why oceans are magnificently mega! Did you know lobsters keep their teeth in their tummies? Or that you can find rivers and lakes beneath the ocean? And did you know that sea stars have no brain or blood? Explore the wonders of our underwater worlds on every page, from coral reefs, sharks and the deep to shipwrecks, weird fish and frozen seas, there’s so much to discover! With fun and colourful illustrations and bursting with facts, Do You Love Oceans? is perfect for readers who want to explore Earth’s spectacular seas, discover the wildlife that lives there and find out why our oceans need protecting. Matt Robertson is the award-winning illustrator of Do You Love Bugs?, Do You Love Dinosaurs? and Do You Love Exploring?

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Author Biography

Matt Robertson grew up in Suffolk, and spent most of his childhood drawing and creating characters. He completed his MA in Children's Book Illustration at Cambridge School of Art in 2014, receiving a Distinction for his work. Matt was the winner of a Lara Jones Award and received second prize in the Macmillan Children's Book Prize. His first picture book, Super Stan, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Picture Book Prize and was the winner of the 2017 Dundee Picture Book Award. His first non-fiction picture book, Do You Love Bugs? was the winner of a 2020 Sainsbury's Children's Book Award. Matt lives with his wife and two naughty cats in Norfolk.