Jellyfish! Childrens Books About The Ocean: An Educational Book About Jellyfish for Children Full of Beautiful Pictures and Facts! by Julie PearsonChildrens author Julie Pearson highlights the strange world of jellyfish in the latest of her books on marine life entitled Jellyfish! Childrens Books About The Ocean: An Educational Book About Jellyfish for Children, Full of Beautiful Pictures and Facts!
Jammed full of interesting information about jellyfish for children interested in ocean life, the book uses 30 beautiful color pictures to show in amazing detail the intricate features of these stunning yet often dangerous creatures.
The text is educational and written for children aged 8 and up. Younger children though would also love the pictures and would benefit from sharing the book with a parent reading to them.
Designed to bring the world of jellyfish to life for children of all ages,this jellyfish book has been carefully formatted to present beautifully on Kindle,iPad, PCs and many tablet devices.
Jellyfish facts for kids
Jellyfish are animals of the phylum Cnidaria. They are a monophyletic clade , the Medusozoa. Most of them live in the oceans, in salt water, where they eat small sea animals like plankton and little fish, and float in the sea. Only a few jellyfish live in fresh water. They have soft bodies and long, stinging , venomous tentacles that they use to catch their prey, usually small plankton animals or small crustaceans or tiny fish. Some jellyfish hunt other jellyfish.
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Join us as we travel the oceans far and wide with these electric jellyfish facts! Jellyfish have been around for millions of years , even before dinosaurs lived on the Earth. Pulsing along on our ocean currents, these jelly-like creatures can be found in waters both cold and warm, deep and shallow and along coastlines, too. Some jellyfish are clear, but others are vibrant colours of pink, yellow, blue and purple. They can be bioluminescent , too, which means they produce their own light! Jellyfish have no brain, heart, bones or eyes.