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Alba the Hundred Year Old Fish

Alba the Hundred Year Old Fish

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Wydawnictwo Templar Publishing
Data wydania 01/02/2019
Wydanie Pierwsze
Liczba stron 32
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Literatura popularna
Język angielski
ISBN 9781787412927
Kategorie Ilustratorstwo, Dzika przyroda: stworzenia wodne, Książki na prezent, Książki ilustrowane, ksiązki z zadaniami i materiały do nauki dla najmłodszych
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Alba the fish has spent her entire life collecting precious objects that drift down to the ocean floor. From delicate shells to brightly coloured coral, each year on her birthday she gathers one more precious item. But over the years, Alba notices her collection is losing its sparkle and that the world is changing. What are these bits of plastic and metal? As the coral reef fades, Alba decides to leave her home behind. Can an old fish teach the world how to bring colour back to the ocean? The One-Hundred-Year-Old Fish gently highlights the issue of pollution. A beautifully illustrated picture book from exciting new talent Lara Hawthorne. If there's one prediction we'd like to make - and truly hope for it to come true - it'd be that children's books continue to comment on the massive damage we're doing to our planet, encouraging our youngsters to take a stand and do something about it - and convince their daft elders to do the same. In "Alba The Hundred Year Old Fish" by Lara Hawthorne a clear ecological message is beautifully woven into the story of Alba who loves to roam the oceans. Alba has spent her entire life collecting precious objects that drift down to the ocean floor. From delicate shells to brightly coloured coral, each year on her birthday she gathers one more precious item. But over the years, Alba notices her collection is losing its sparkle and that the world is changing. What are these bits of plastic and metal?As the coral reef fades, Alba decides to leave her home behind - and after a traumatic incident with a plastic bottle, Alba makes it her new mission in life to try and educate folk - to bring the oceans back to their former glory.After a year when the true extent of pollution in our oceans was finally brought into the public eye in the harrowing scenes witnessed in Blue Planet II, there's still a huge need for books like this. Not preachy, but full of glorious illustrations and a touching story that will really help to bring its point across. Glorious stuff. * Read it Daddy * Alba the fish is over a hundred years old; she has always collected objects from the sea bed but she starts to notice the seas are changing. Along with her, we learn that this is the result of pollution. Alba determines to do her bit to help, and this message strongly shows that we all have a role to play and every single one of us can make a positive impact. The gradual loss of colour, and then its return, is tellingly depicted in the telling changes in the colours of the stunning illustrations. They are full of

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