ISBN: 1635861608
EAN13: 9781635861600
Language: English
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6.5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Julia Rothman's best-selling illustrated Anatomy series takes a deep dive into the wonders of the sea with Ocean Anatomy. Follow Rothman's inquisitive mind and engaging artwork along shorelines, across the open ocean, and below the waves to explore the hows and whys of the watery universe, from how the world's oceans formed to why the sea is salty. Oceanic phenomena such as rogue waves, anatomical profiles of sea creatures from crustacean to cetacean, surveys of seafaring vessels and lighthouses, and the impact of plastic and warming water temperatures are just part of this compendium of curiosities that will entertain and educate readers of all ages.

Also available in this series: Nature Anatomy, Farm Anatomy, Food Anatomy, and Nature Anatomy Notebook.

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   Secular explanation to creation of ocean but once past it overall animal info is ok
We homeschool and use the nature anatomy and ocean anatomy books as supplements in our homeschool studies. In general, the Ocean Anatom book is nice, it has really neat pictures and information about animals - glacier migrations etc. However, this is not written from a Christian or creationist view. Chapter 1 Page 12 says that life began in the ocean about three and half billion years ago, where water came from water sometimes billions of years ago on asteroids or comets, so in the first few pages it gives you plenty of opportunity to review Genesis 11 and God vs. secular scientist viewpoints. Overall, it has good information and pictures and interesting to read once past that bit.
 
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   Typical of series in style but is more evolutionary than others in series
We also own two of the other books in this series. My 12yo started reading this one and told me that every description starts with such and such is x million years old... I don 't recall the others in the series being so evolutionary in the series. A word of caution to those who do not follow evolution theory as truth. We will still use the book, plus the illustrations in these books is really great for learning to draw nature, etc.
 
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