Captain Aquatica

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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Captain Aquatica
  • Jessica Cramp
  • 05 February 2019
  • 1426332920

About the Author: Jessica Cramp

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Captain AquaticaTake To The Seas With Marine Conservationist And Shark Researcher Captain Aquatica And Her Hammerhead Shark Sidekick, Finn, To Explore The Ocean S Wettest And Wildest Depths And Get The Latest Facts From The Field Scientist Jessica Cramp Illuminates Her Work Studying Sharks And Protecting Our Amazing Ocean With In Depth Scientific Info And Comic Book Flair Cramp S Conversational And Witty Explanations Will Make Kids Want To Dive Right In Colorful Side Stories In Graphic Novel Style Feature Cramp As Character Captain Aquatica, With Her Sidekick Shark, Fin Together They Help Make Big Concepts Accessible And Interesting To Kids Of All Levels Amazing Photography And Cool Content Draw Kids Into The Subject And Story, Attracting STEM Fanatics And Reluctant Readers Alike

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10 thoughts on “Captain Aquatica

  1. Ms. Yingling says:

    Copy provided by the publisherDon t be fooled by the cartoon cover on this Science Superheroes volume about the ocean this book is jam packed with tons of information Each chapter does start out with a brief graphic novel style adventure for Captain Aquatica and Finn, her hammerhead shark, but then continues with a thorough explanation of the topic, well illustrated with National Geographic s usual fantastic photographs The chapters cover information about waves and weather, underneath the s Copy provided by the publisherDon t be fooled by the cartoon cover on this Science Superheroes volume about the ocean this book is jam packed with tons of information Each chapter does start out with a brief graphic novel style adventure for Captain Aquatica and Finn, her hammerhead shark, but then continues with a thorough explanation of the topic, well illustrated with National Geographic s usual fantastic photographs The chapters cover information about waves and weather, underneath the surface, ocean engineers, animals, and sharks I especially liked the chapters about underwater technology and saving the ocean The page layout is exactly what I look for when investigating nonfiction for my students there are bold paragraph headings, pictures with information, sidebars, insets with addition information, maps, and timelines There is also a glossary, very complete index, and list of resources The text is interesting and supported by these items Strengths For some reason, my students are VERY interested in oceans, maybe because we are land locked Many of them talk about becoming marine biologists, and this is a perfect resource for them The full color format makes other nonfiction seem dull, and the depth of information is amazing The graphic novel chapter beginnings will pull readers in Weaknesses The text is on the small side 10 point font This will turn some readers away What I really think This is a great book for readers who want a lot of information about all manner of aspects of oceanography

  2. Stacy Renee (LazyDayLit) says:

    We received a free physical copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review All thoughts and opinions are our own.Jessica Cramp, a marine conservationist, brings her world to life in this fun and educational nonfiction all about our oceans She explains that her love of sharks has prompted her to show usabout the oceans and the effects that we have on them Jess becomes the colorful comic strip character, Captain Aquatica, with her loyal sidekick, a hammerhead shark n We received a free physical copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review All thoughts and opinions are our own.Jessica Cramp, a marine conservationist, brings her world to life in this fun and educational nonfiction all about our oceans She explains that her love of sharks has prompted her to show usabout the oceans and the effects that we have on them Jess becomes the colorful comic strip character, Captain Aquatica, with her loyal sidekick, a hammerhead shark named Fin Together, they show us that learning can be really fun.In typical National Geographic style, there s plenty of text for readers to learn as much as possible about many different aspects of our oceans, with bright, beautiful photographs on every page There s a Captain Aquatica comic spread at the beginning of every chapter and the chapters are only a handful of pages long.I especially loved the longer last chapter on saving our oceans These Nat Geo Kids books are perfect for curious readers and homeschoolers alike This review was originally shared on Lazy Day Literature

  3. Kristi Bernard says:

    The oceans cover three quarters of earths surface We ve only explored about 20 percent which leaves a lot to be discovered There are five oceans, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Artic and the Antarctic With the help of Captain Aquatica and her friend Finn, a hammer head shark, young readers can learn all about earth s oceans and learn cool fun facts The oceans are known for tsunami s and super storms which occur on top of the surface but underneath, readers will learn about plate tectonics, t The oceans cover three quarters of earths surface We ve only explored about 20 percent which leaves a lot to be discovered There are five oceans, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Artic and the Antarctic With the help of Captain Aquatica and her friend Finn, a hammer head shark, young readers can learn all about earth s oceans and learn cool fun facts The oceans are known for tsunami s and super storms which occur on top of the surface but underneath, readers will learn about plate tectonics, the ring of fire and hot spots The oceans are divided into four tidal zones and each zone has very different sea life Did you know that there are forests in the oceans They are made of kelp Did you know that turtles have been on earth for over 110 million years In 1872 the H.M.S Challenger was the first ship to go on an oceanographic expedition to collect scientific data Scientist have created some really cool technology to study the oceans and this guide will show readers how its used This amazing guide about earth s oceans share so much information and readers will even find ways to heal and care for the oceans The back pages have plenty of resources for readers to learnThroughout, readers can see Try This sections which teach kids how to perform their own scientific experiments Readers can also learn about the different scientists that explore the oceans Parents and teacher will love this guide and can help kids becomeaware of how the oceans work and share the animal and plant life that thrive there

  4. Aeicha says:

    Dive into the mesmerizing depths of the ocean in this wonderfully presented and researched book Every aspect of the wondrous oceans is explored through accessible information and engaging illustrations and photos And each chapter begins with a fun and clever Captain Aquatica graphic novel snippet.

  5. Two BookWorms Blog says:

    The pictures alone in this book are worth hours of entertainment They are that beautiful Also included are Captain Aquatica cartoons, researcher profiles, and a few activities.For the full review The pictures alone in this book are worth hours of entertainment They are that beautiful Also included are Captain Aquatica cartoons, researcher profiles, and a few activities.For the full review

  6. Elizabeth Reid says:

    Great science book for kids full of facts and even a few comic book type chapters Read my full review here Great science book for kids full of facts and even a few comic book type chapters Read my full review here