One day on our blue planet in the antarctic. One Day on our Blue Planet… in the Antarctic by Ella Bailey (Flying Eye Books) 2019-03-08

One day on our blue planet in the antarctic Rating: 6,8/10 1239 reviews

One Day On Our Blue Planet: In The Antarctic by Ella Bailey

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

Vibrant drawings on the endpapers identify 19 birds above the Antarctic ice and 17 mammals and fish below. Highly recommended, both informative and entertaini I received this book for review I found this to be a wonderful little tale following 24 hours in the life of a newborn lion cub. A book like this, so beautifully describing a world that needs saving, might be just the thing to convince them to do it. At the front of the book, all the animals living above the ice are illustrated and labelled. I appreciated that the story incorporated scientific terms and concepts in an engaging and easy to follow format for students.

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One Day on Our Blue Planet… In the Antarctic

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

Not only does the little one note the dawn, but he pays note of the rest of his family, other species, the river where they all gather, and how the lions hunt their prey. Vibrant drawings on the endpapers identify 19 birds above the Antarctic ice and 17 mammals and fish below. Following on from reading this little book we also set about doing some penguin themed dot stamping — for the pages we used. Ella Bailey is an illustrator and writer who graduated from Falmouth University. While at sea she avoids predation, rests on floating ice under a sky filled with stars and the southern lights. The book is beautiful and anything with penguins is going to be a winner in this house.

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One Day on Our Blue Planet… In the Antarctic

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

Children will have fun finding these species as the chick encounters them in this excellent introduction to this polar region. What does she and her family eat? The end papers are printed with lots of illustrations of the animals above the ice and beneath the sea in the Antarctic, making this book a great choice for kids who are interested in the creatures who live in the ocean. This was a great discussion point to use in the classroom with them. The illustrations themselves are very busy, with a lot going on, and it takes some effort to locate the heroine of the tale with her specific shade of dark grey and the specific shade of her blue eyes. Add that to the bucket list! With that said, I think young readers will like this book. In the latest volume of Ella Baileyand 8217;s picture book exploration of the daily lives of baby animals, we head to the ice shelf to meet a young penguin chick.

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One Day on Our Blue Planet… In the Antarctic

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

This is a fun introduction to the Antarctic for young audiences, with an animal kids already love: Penguins! I love the story, and the color palettes Ms. Every gorgeously illustrated page is packed with images of savannah birds and creatures to spot with a helpful picture guide inside the front and back covers for what they are. Bailey's style is playful and engaging, resulting in stories that are charged with imagination and will undoubtedly captivate any young reader. For example, we are shown the aurora australis but nothing is written about them specifically. From breakfast to dinner, dusk to dawn, children will love spending the day with this curious penguin chick.

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Nobrow Press

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

The said it would be good to read to younger siblings, so they would be able to learn more about lions. Journeying into this unexplored world gives us an insight into the creatures that thrive in such extreme conditions and offers scientists a unique view of life on the sea bed: vital for future conservation work to protect the sea bed. The illustrations themselves are very busy, with a lot going on, and it takes some effort to locate the heroine of the tale with her specific shade of dark grey and the specific shade of her blue eyes. Penguins waddling, tobogganing, swimming, diving and leaping - heaven! The end papers alone are an education, filled with facts and packed with a plethora of animals, birds and mammals to explore and pore over. Join an Adélie penguin chick as she gets breakfast from her mother and heads out into the giant world on her own! She seeks out a plentiful source of food including krill, squid and fish. What do they do for fun? Bailey has used in her illustrations.

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One day on our blue planet : textresponse.net the Antarctic (Book, 2016) [textresponse.net]

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

The abundance of life down there is spectacular, with two-metre barrel sponges and giant sea-spiders with 40 cm leg spans. The storyline is filled with facts about the chick and her physical attributes. There are beautiful illustrations of all the day time animals that live in the Savannah. While at sea she avoids predation, rests on floating ice under a sky filled with stars and the southern lights. What does she and her family eat? The deep ocean is as challenging to explore as deep space; we have more detailed maps of the surface of Mars than the ocean floor. The colorful illustrations and narrative style text make this a good starting point for young readers who want to learn more about animals of the savannah.

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Book Reviews for One Day on Our Blue Planet 2: In the Antarctic

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

Bailey has used in her illustrations. We had great fun spotting and identifying the different animals. But the illustrations looked too cute-sy and polished for my taste. Every gorgeously illustrated page is packed with images of savannah birds and creatures to spot with a helpful picture guide inside the front and back covers for what they are. I would like to thank the publisher for sending this in exchange for an honest review. Minding his mother and playing with his father, this little lion can't help chasing trouble and fun as he explores the little corner of that big blue planet he shares with us. There are also opportunities to introduce the concepts of food chains and ecosystems to older readers.

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One Day On Our Blue Planet: In The Antarctic by Ella Bailey

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

Children will have fun finding these species as the chick encounters them in this excellent introduction to this polar region. What do they do for fun? My daughter liked the pages in the front and the back of the book. We cannot wait for the next day we visit another, different corner of our blue planet. I asked the children if they would recommend this book to others, they all said that they would. I think the illustrations are nice and the paper is this sort of thick almost parchment sort of feeling stuff I'm a fan of slick gloss more than rough texture. She liked me telling her the names of the different animals, birds, fish, etc. How many brothers and sisters does she have? The tale is about lions - or, rather, a lion club and her life from sunset to nighttime.

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Flying Eye Books

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

A new series of children's books focused on the way our young animal friends spend a day begins with a curious lion cub. Nutrients at the surface are important for plankton but what really feeds the deep here is krill poo. From breakfast to dinner, dusk to dawn, children will love spending the day with this curious penguin chick. Bailey's style is playful and engaging, resulting in stories that are charged with imagination and will undoubtedly captivate any young reader. The first thing that I loved as well as the children was the inside cover.

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The Bookworm Baby: One Day on Our Blue Planet.. in the Antarctic

one day on our blue planet in the antarctic

What do they do for fun? What do they do for fun? Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of the website you find most interesting and useful. She loved looking at the pictures and with the majority of them being in black and white they captured her interest. The book also includes lovely illustrations on both the front and back of different animal One Day on our Blue Planet by Ella Bailey chronicles the life of an Adélie penguin chick living on the Antarctic, from birth to adulthood. If you click on an Amazon link in a post and buy anything we may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. The language is rich too - sometimes poetic, sometimes technical or specialist.

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