Katie and the Cosmic Pandas' Deep Sea Voyage by Rachel Shirley

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Katie and the Cosmic Pandas’ Deep Sea Voyage describe Katie’s quest for treasure as they venture in the deep oceans within Katie’s magic teapot. Along the way, Katie learns about coral reefs, oceanic mammals and creatures of the deep. But will Katie find any treasure to bring back to her mummy and daddy? The story begins as follows: Katie has a secret. Mummy’s teapot is no ordinary teapot. Not only has its spout poured rivers of tea, the teapot can also fly. One day, Katie took the teapot with her to the seaside. Shells and teapots were alike, she noticed. Both were hollow and made a ‘chink’ sound when you tapped them. If you held a shell to your ear, a hushing sound like the sea could be heard. Katie held the teapot to her ear and listened through the spout. A voice piped, ‘we’re at the seaside! We’re at the seaside!’ Katie’s friends the Cosmic Pandas had appeared on the china and they were popping out onto the sand! ‘Oh, joy what a glorious day!’ They danced and leapt about. ‘Come on, chop, chop!’ Greenpatch rallied, ‘time and tide waits for no panda!’ The five of them leapt inside. ‘Where are we going?’ Redpatch asked.’ Katie giggled. ‘Let’s see the sea.’ ‘The sea? quizzed Redpatch. ‘We might find pirate ships in its watery depths,’ Silverpatch crooned. ‘And treasure!’ Goldpatch chirped.’ ‘I want to find something for mummy and daddy,’ Katie announced climbing in. And with that, the teapot took off for the sea. ‘Whoa!’ they cried. This educational picture book for children between the ages of 3 and 7 sees Katie learning about the oceans for the very first time. Detailed illustrations in oils offer lots of visual stimulation and a fun and unique way for children to learn about the creatures that inhabit our oceans. The precursor to this story, Katie’s Magic Teapot and the Cosmic Pandas sees Katie and her entourage of pandas journeying within her grandma’s magic teapot to explore the strange objects that can be found in the universe. Another great educational book for young explorers. Book’s statistics: 8x0in, 1000 words approx and 32 pages full of colour illustrations. Also available on Kindle.
 

About Rachel Shirley

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The author has written countless articles on art as well as art instruction books and children’s stories. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Kingston University in Surrey and a PCET Teaching qualification from Warwick University.
 
Published March 20, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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