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Into the Field Guide: A Walk on the Beach (Treasure Box)

by Laurie Goldman

The clear IDs, interesting facts, and beachcombing tips that fill A Walk on the Beach will enable readers to experience the beach—from shimmery seashells to magnificent shorebirds—in a whole new way! The treasure box includes: book, mesh bag, bug magnifier. (Book also available separately, here.)

About the author

Laurie Goldman is a marine biologist and science journalist. She lives on Cape Cod with her husband and two children.

 

ISBN: 9781935703242

Price: $19.99, $22.99 Can

Box: 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 x 2 1/2 (deep) box with compartments. Includes 112-page book with clear IDs, mesh bag, and bug magnifier.

Age 5 and up

Available now

 

REVIEWS

2013 Winner of The Oppenheim Toy Portfolio's Gold Best Book Award

"Tuck this into your beach bag for your next day at the shore. A reader friendly guide to the names of birds, shells, and other sights of the seashore. Illustrated with photos, clear labels and clear factoids about the many things kids want to know about at the seashore. Also available in the series: A Walk in the Woods. 5 & up. Age: Early School Years, Later School Years. Award Year: 2013."

Momslifesavers.blogspot.com

"I love my field guides and I am so happy to include this one in my collection—but more importantly my car—this one will be traveling with me this summer!"

 

Parade Magazine

"This kid-friendly series of nature guides offers a basic introduction to animals, rocks, flowers, seashells, plant life and more. Readers can get hands-on with the included accessories: mesh bags and containers to collect pebbles, flowers, acorns, sea glass, or other tidbits, plus a magnifying glass for further scrutinizing. Each guide also includes a handful of fun tips and activities, like how to dig for mussels or how to make “helicopter” seeds fly."