Kids wade into the Bay of Fundy to tickle sea stars, play hide-and-seek with seals and explore the ever-changing world of the tidal zone.
- Parent’s Choice Award
- VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) Nonfiction Honor List 1999
…celebrates the pleasures of hands-on, outdoor science with an inviting mix of fact and frolic. -Booklist
This book is a must for all classroom units on ocean environments! -Book Links
Sea stars (aka starfish) eat mussels be forcing open their shells, then pushing their stomachs in to digest the mussel’s soft insides. Even though he knew this, Greg, one of the characters in our book was willing to pose with this sea star on his face. But only for a minute.