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Curious About Fish: A New Board Book in the Discovering Nature Series for Fish Fanatics

Curious About Fish

Curious About Fish
by Cathryn Sill
illustrated by John Sill

Welcome to the fascinating world of fish! These beautiful, diverse creatures come in all shapes and sizes, and now even the littlest ocean enthusiasts can start learning about our finned underwater friends. A simple, realistic first glimpse into the natural world of fish, Curious About Fish is the fourth addition to the Discovering Nature board book series.

From the award-winning team of the acclaimed About… and About Habitats series comes another early nature introduction for toddlers and preschoolers to learn basic facts about the world around them. Author Cathryn Sill offers easy-to-understand descriptions of how fish look, where they live, what they eat, and how they move around, and noted wildlife illustrator John Sill’s detailed and realistic art brings this colorful book to life. A dependable and informative resource for budding oceanographers as well as for early childhood education units on animals, environments, fish, oceans, and pets, and perfect for a first trip to the aquarium with little ones hoping to spot sharks, seahorses, clownfish, and more!

Get to know some of the fish from the book in this excerpt.

Explore the Sills’ award-winning About… and About Habitats picture book series, perfect for further exploration with young nature enthusiasts.

Check out the rest of the Discovering Nature series, and download the activity sheets for more nature fun!

Look for Curious About Fish this August at your local libraryindie bookstore, or Barnes & Noble, and be sure to check out the rest of our brand-new picture books and middle grade and YA titles coming to Peachtree this season!

July 8th, 2021|Animal Story, Board Books, Nature, New Book Wednesday, Nonfiction|

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