The Coral Kingdom (2020)

The Coral Kingdom Laura Knowles Jennie Webber The Coral Kingdom From brightly coloured corals to shimmering shoals of fish the diversity of life on a coral reef is celebrated in this visually stunning picture book with a strong ecological message about the need t
  • Title: The Coral Kingdom
  • Author: Laura Knowles Jennie Webber
  • ISBN: 9781910277676
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Hardcover
The Coral Kingdom Laura Knowles Jennie Webber From brightly coloured corals to shimmering shoals of fish, the diversity of life on a coral reef is celebrated in this visually stunning picture book with a strong ecological message about the need to protect this most precious of environments Through gentle rhyme and intricately etched artwork, it explores the life cycle, diversity and colour of the coral reef ecosystemFrom brightly coloured corals to shimmering shoals of fish, the diversity of life on a coral reef is celebrated in this visually stunning picture book with a strong ecological message about the need to protect this most precious of environments Through gentle rhyme and intricately etched artwork, it explores the life cycle, diversity and colour of the coral reef ecosystem, as well as the threats the reef faces and what we can do to save it With each page packed full of delightful sea creatures to discover and enjoy, this is a lyrical and engaging way to learn about the life cycle of a coral reef.
The Coral Kingdom Laura Knowles Jennie Webber

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One thought on “The Coral Kingdom

  1. Ryan

    This is a book begging for help Help for the coral and the changing climate The coral is beautiful colors, until it bleaches And bleaching is bad The story part of the book is a nice sing song of the animals and colors of the reef The back matter is all about what is coral, how we can save it, and how we can save our planet.

  2. Carla Johnson-Hicks

    This book would be a great introduction to the coral reef or a unit on the environment and what needs to be done to protect it It would be good for primary and early junior aged students 6 to 8 The book is written in a rhyming way with a good cadence to read aloud It talks about the colours and what type of animal or creature lives there The illustrations are beautiful, colourful and detailed I can see children spending time just looking for the various creatures hidden in the coral the reviews [...]

  3. Mehsi

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review I just fell in love with the cover when I spotted it over at Netgalley It was just so pretty, those rainbow colours, the font I just wanted to read the book Thankfully I was accepted to read the book And this turned out to be a pretty book inside as well Rhyming text which made the story lyrical and pretty, though I have to say that I was mostly focusing on the gorgeous illustrations so many details, so colourful, even when we [...]

  4. Etienne

    Lack of originality Not bad in any way, but the problem is it isn t good in any neither Just a bit below average It present what coral is all about, but not a lot of information, even for young child, and the illustration were not my style at all Not really worth it.

  5. Laura (Book Scrounger)

    This book was mostly enjoyable, written in simple rhyme with lovely illustrations of coral reefs I m a bit confused as to why the parts of the book that described the actual colors of the reef, and actually, the majority of the illustrations period, were shown in silhouette rather than full color It is pretty as well, but just seemed an odd choice We also don t get to see the bleaching that results from warming seas, which is described later on.The text gives some good information about how reef [...]

  6. Richelle Zirkle

    This book is filled with exceptionally beautiful illustrations of coral and other marine life The rainbow colors flow from page to page in exquisite detail The story unfolds in inviting rhyme For me it ended abruptly with a message about saving the dying reef Honestly, I could have done without that It seemed to go from a lyrical poem like quality to a warning of imminent death I think it would have been better to end on a note of concern that would invite conversation about conservation with a [...]

  7. Laura

    I m not quite sure what the main message of this book is Is it that we have to protect the coral from bleaching If so, why is this only mentioned in passing in the last few pages The pictures are lovely, up until then, and quite enjoyable, but it feels as though they buried the lead.Probably a good book to introduce the information about coral, but not to state how dire the situation is, which makes me kind of sad This is an important subject, and could have been presented at least half way thou [...]

  8. Shelby

    This book would be good for younger elementary school aged children The Coral Kingdom tells you about the coral reef what kinds of sea creatures live near the reef, what harms the reef, how we can help the reef, and why the coral reef is important using rhyming, which kids tend to like I think it would be good to have the phonetic pronounciations of some words like zooxanthellae to help teachers parents reading aged children say them correctly The illustrations are beautiful.I received a digital [...]

  9. Donna Maguire

    Review to be added to US and UK on 15th March 2018I really enjoyed this book and with the amount of interest in the oceans at present whether it is from the amount of plastics in them, or global warming, the book is very well timed and ideal to explain to children about what is happening I loved the images and the layout was very good 4 stars from me for this one highly recommended.

  10. Becky B

    A simple, rhyming introduction to a coral reef with a call to help save them.Beautiful watercolor illustrations accompany short and succinct but sufficient text to introduce kids to the basics of coral and the reefs they form In the back of book is information on coral, why bleaching happens, and what average citizens can do to help save the coral reefs from bleaching The only way this could have been better would be if the coral in the illustrations had been labeled as to which type they were [...]

  11. Beth Younge

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is a great introduction to non fiction for children I loved how it opened up the natural world and even I went away from it with something I hadn t learnt before.

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