Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas (Hardcover)

Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas By Molly Bang, Penny Chisholm, Molly Bang (Illustrator) Cover Image

Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas (Hardcover)

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Acclaimed Caldecott artist Molly Bang and award-winning scientist Penny Chisholm present a stunning, sweeping view of our ever-changing oceans.

In this timely book, acclaimed Caldecott artist Molly Bang and award-winning M.I.T. professor Penny Chisholm use poetic language and dazzling illustrations to introduce the oceanic world. From tiny aquatic plants to the biggest whale or fish, Bang and Chisholm present a moving, living picture of the miraculous balance sustaining each life cycle and food chain deep within our wondrous oceans. On land or in the deep blue sea, we are all connected--and we are all a part of a grand living landscape. Award-winning scientist Penny Chisholm, a leading expert on oceans, packs Ocean Sunlight with clear, simple science, illuminated by Molly Bang's wondrous illustrations. This informative, joyous book will help children understand and celebrate the astonishing role our oceans play in human life.
Molly Bang has written and illustrated more than twenty books for young readers, including When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really Angry... ; Ten, Nine, Eight; and The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher, each of which were Caldecott Honor books. Bang divides her time between Falmouth, Massachusetts, and Northern California.
Penny Chisholm is a professor at M.I.T., where she has been teaching Ecology for more than thirty-five years. Her long list of prestigious awards includes the National Medal of Science, awarded at the White House in 2013.
Product Details ISBN: 9780545273220
ISBN-10: 0545273226
Publisher: The Blue Sky Press
Publication Date: May 1st, 2012
Pages: 48
Language: English
*"An awe-inspiring lesson in photosynthesis goes under the sea." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

*"An awe-inspiring lesson in photosynthesis goes under the sea." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review