Highest Mountain, Deepest Ocean

Highest Mountain, Deepest Ocean is a pictorial compendium of natural wonders. Do you know which creature was the largest to ever live? Or how old the oldest tree is? Learn all of this and more in this exquisite book of superlatives that will fill readers with wonder at the world we live in. Written by Kate Baker and Zanna Davidson. Hardcover. 37 pages. 

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This is a visual feast of a compendium. With each turn of the page, you will marvel at our planet's superlatives - the largest ever dinosaurs, biggest storms, tallest trees, deepest-dwelling sea creatures, longest insects and other astonishing feats of nature. Dip in and out, browse on facts and satiate your curiosity as you discover the wonders of our world, from the highest mountain peak to the very depths of the oceans...

Simple facts and explanations with a beautiful descriptive vocabulary: eclipses are ‘eerie’, mountains are ‘majestic’, gases ‘spew’ through space. Also featuring bright, colourful, detailed imagery in a massive format that appeals to kids and parents alike. Page Tsou's extraordinarily detailed illustrations have a lithograph aesthetic that is at once vintage and contemporary. 

Written by Kate Baker and Zanna Davidson with illustrations by Page Tsou. Hardcover. 37 pages. Published in 2016.

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