Mysteries of the Ocean

Includes Magic Torch Which Illuminates More Than 50 Marine Animals


Dive into our planet’s watery world. Dim the light and shine your magic torch to see mysterious creatures appear before your eyes…


ISBN: 9781913520991 Category:

Camilla de la Bedoyere


Travel the globe and discover what lies beneath the waves using the UV flashlight included with the book. Search for the dugong lurking in the seagrass in the Great Barrier Reef, find a prickly porcupine in a mangrove forest and spot a semi-transparent salp in the Antarctic sea ice. With more than 50 marine animals from around the world, this collection is perfect for any ocean lover!

Additional information

Weight 760 g
Dimensions 26.3 x 31.8 cm
Publisher name Magic Cat Publishing
Publication date 10 October 2023
Number of pages 48
Format Hardback
Contributors Illustrated by Alexandria Neonakis
Dimensions 26.3 x 31.8 cm
Weight 760 g


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CAMILLA DE LA BEDOYERE has written more than 200 books for children and adults, many of which explore the natural world. She is a freelance journalist and created and edited a children's page in a British national newspaper. Camilla is also a literacy teacher at a large London high school, working with children and young people who find reading difficult. She is a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London.

ALEXANDRIA NEONAKIS lives in Santa Monica California with her boyfriend and two cats. She was born in Nova Scotia Canada where she spent most of her time outdoors in the beautiful coastal Atlantic and forest landscapes. Her main goal is to create images that have strong emotional impact. She pulls inspiration from childhood memories, nature, animated films, and classic illustration. Alexandria tries to combine character with lighting, strong colour direction, and staging. She spends most of her free time painting, visiting museums, and hiking the amazing parks of southern California.