Sea Slime: It’s Eeuwy, Gooey and Under the Sea (Common Core & Science)

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Slime. Who would have thought that so many creatures on the ocean had sea slime? It is used to keep them safe, to help them swim faster, and to keep them safe from other creatures. The neatest thing about this book was learning that sea snails swim. Not only do they swim, but also they have little wings and they also make themselves a raft of slimy purple bubbles on the ocean surface to float on. And if you have ever seen Finding Nemo it will all make sense after reading this book. The reason the sea anemone doesn’t sting the clown fish is because their bodies are covered in seas slime!

When you first look at this book, you will think you are looking at a real photograph, but when you open the book and look closer, you will see that the artist has done a super good job making it look so real. Don’t let the gross name keep you from picking up this book because it was such a good book and I learned something I hadn’t known before, and that definitely makes it five stars!

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Author Ellen Prager, Shennen Bersani, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Sylvan Dell Publishing
Publish Date 10-Feb-2014
ISBN 9781628552195
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Issue July 2014
Category Children's


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