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Books with title Living Beside the Ocean

  • Living Beside the Ocean

    Ellen Labrecque

    Paperback (Heinemann, Jan. 1, 2015)
    This book takes a simple look at what it means to live by the sea. It examines basic geographical features, why people choose to live there, and the risks people might have because of living by the sea, such as flooding and erosion. The book also looks at how people adapt to living by the sea and the different things people can do in their daily lives, from being a lifeguard to walking on the pier.
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  • Living Book of the Ocean

    Brian Harris

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, May 15, 2012)
    This exciting series introduces kids to the wonders and dangers of many worlds: underwater, forest, jungle, savanna, and the land of dinosaurs. 3D pictures and realistic sounds bring to life the atmosphere of nature in all its wildness. Informative pull-out cards provide detailed information about each creature.
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  • The Living Ocean

    Elizabeth Collins, Russell E. Train

    Library Binding (Chelsea House Pub, March 1, 1994)
    Looks at oceans and their role in the environment, and discusses the dangers facing these bodies of water and the animals and plants who depend on it for survival
  • Living on the Ocean

    Carol Hand

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Aug. 15, 2020)
    Among the first people to live on the ocean were fishermen and sailors who spent months or years on ships, exploring or fighting in wars. Today, people live on the ocean for scientific study, work, or simply for fun. There are even entire villages that live by floating on the ocean. Through accessible text and vibrant photographs, young readers will understand how life on the water has changed over time and what the future holds. As land-based populations increase, resources dwindle and pollution levels rise. People are looking to the oceans as a more permanent solution, considering ideas like floating cities and undersea habitats. This book will intrigue young readers and help them to look at the oceans in a new, open-minded way.
  • Living Beside the Sea

    Ellen Labrecque

    Hardcover (Raintree, Feb. 12, 2015)
    This book takes a simple look at what it means to live by the sea. It examines basic geographical features, why people choose to live there, and the risks people might have because of living by the sea, such as flooding and erosion. The book also looks at how people adapt to living by the sea and the different things people can do in their daily lives, from being a lifeguard to walking on the pier.
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  • Living Beside the Ocean

    Ellen Labrecque

    Library Binding (Heinemann, Jan. 1, 2015)
    This book takes a simple look at what it means to live by the sea. It examines basic geographical features, why people choose to live there, and the risks people might have because of living by the sea, such as flooding and erosion. The book also looks at how people adapt to living by the sea and the different things people can do in their daily lives, from being a lifeguard to walking on the pier.
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  • Living on the Ocean

    Carol Hand

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 15, 2020)
    Among the first people to live on the ocean were fishermen and sailors who spent months or years on ships, exploring or fighting in wars. Today, people live on the ocean for scientific study, work, or simply for fun. There are even entire villages that live by floating on the ocean. Through accessible text and vibrant photographs, young readers will understand how life on the water has changed over time and what the future holds. As land-based populations increase, resources dwindle and pollution levels rise. People are looking to the oceans as a more permanent solution, considering ideas like floating cities and undersea habitats. This book will intrigue young readers and help them to look at the oceans in a new, open-minded way.
  • Living Beside the Sea

    Ellen Labrecque

    Paperback (Raintree, March 10, 2016)
    This book takes a simple look at what it means to live by the sea. It examines basic geographical features, why people choose to live there, and the risks people might have because of living by the sea, such as flooding and erosion. The book also looks at how people adapt to living by the sea and the different things people can do in their daily lives, from being a lifeguard to walking on the pier.
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  • The Living Ocean

    Rupert Ormond

    Hardcover (Olympic Marketing Corp, Sept. 1, 1981)
    Explores all aspects of the oceans: their structure and their islands, their currents, waves, and tides, and the life on, in, and around their waters.