Seaside picture books
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I’m sad to say I’ve not come across any of these books! S and I both love the seaside; perhaps we’ll investigate these before our next trip!
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Wow, lots of summery books I hadn’t heard of. I’m happy to recommend a few more from a Sea Creature themed collection that was put together for a giveaway earlier this summer. The contest has long passed, but thought these were some great seaside themed books (mostly for older children) to add to the list…
Barney and Barry, The Hitchhikers by Sharon Powers
Doonsey’s Beach Adventure, the Great Rescue: Coloring Fun & Activity Book by Rhonda Paglia
Jake’s Adventures: The Secret of the Shark Tooth Crab Claw by Melissa Moraja
Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost by David Chuka
Little Orchid’s Sea Monster Trouble by Claudine Gueh Yanting
Happy reading and enjoy the last rays of summer! Thanks for the wonderful post. Best, Stephanie
I am looking forward to The Storm Whale which I have here along with another Davies book, On Sudden Hill. One Australian seaside book I ready recently was Granny Grommet and Me.
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“Sneakers the Seaside Cat” by Margaret Wise Brown is fantastic!
I’m afraid I only know German by-the-sea picture books. The ones I’d recommend are the Emma & Max books by Marlies Kahlsdorf. The first one explains the tides, the others have Emma (a young seagull) and Max (a young raven) visit Hamburg, the Baltic Sea, follow the North Sea-Baltic Sea canal, chase pirates from Heligoland and discover Vikings in Haddeby.
The pictures are very cute, the animals as well as the places well drawn, are there are always some funny things (my mom’s favourites are the worms in the Wadden Sea, my daughter’s the seagull with the cap and the backpack).
Perfect time of year for these book suggestions. We love Winnie Under the Sea here 🙂 thanks for linking up with #readwithme I have tweeted your post x