We enjoyed learning about various reefs throughout the world. The format of the book was fun. We chose to break the book up into sections and discuss a different reef each day during our science study time. It was a perfect addition to the marine biology unit.
I really liked the travelogue style of this book, and feel like it helps kids to read and digest the information.
My kids really enjoyed this fun little book. The pages feature postcard messages from Pacifico, an ocean explorer. He talks about his dives and shows information cards about different underwater creatures. The photos are beautiful and the information is interesting.
This book was full of vivid pictures and facts about sea creatures, but it wasn’t my favorite format. It is mostly fact lists about each creature with a little commentary from Pacifico. It is a great resource of information and we learned some interesting facts.
This book is set up with post cards to highlight coral reefs. My daughters brought out the Dangerous Sea Creatures book with this one to compare and to learn about where the various creatures live. It was neat to see them search and exciting when they made connections.
Have you ever wished you could snorkel with a shark? What if you could read about what it’s like to brush against a stinging fire coral? Pacifico, an avid ocean explorer, wants you to join him on his adventures to some of the most magnificent coral reefs in the world. Earn your Reef Explorers Club patch as you read Pacifico’s letters and collect the stunning photos he sends the club about his encounters with the incredible wildlife found swimming amongst the corals.
32 pages, full-color, 11″X8.5″
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