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Looking for his lost fish trap, Ben thinks he sees something dark moving under the water. Is it a creature or only his imagination? Later, diving into the sea with his friend Sophie, he is amazed to discover a wonderful hidden forest of golden kelp - and the rich variety of creatures who live there.
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"When you see kelp forest under the water and you're looking up, the sun is like the light of the sky: it penetrates the water's surface and shoots rays down as in a rainforest. The forest is very magical and mysterious, and fish appear at times, like birds flying through the trees." Jeannie Baker"About the Author:
Jeannie Baker is the author and illustrator of a number of children's picture books, including the award-winning Where the Forest Meets the Sea and the critically acclaimed dual language picture book Mirror. Her characteristic use of mixed media to create detailed and elaborate collages is stunning and unique. Originally from the UK, Jeannie lives in Australia. Find Jeannie online at www.jeanniebaker.com.
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Book Description Hardcover. Condition: New. Blackwell, David (illustrator). 1st Edition. True first, number string complete to 1. "The number of living things of all orders whose existence intimately depends on kelp is wonderful". Charles Darwin. The artwork was prepared as collage constructions, which were reproduced in full colour from photographs by David Blackwell. Seller Inventory # 005585