What the Sea Saw Review
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“What the sea saw was sky above.
What the sky saw was sea below.”

Stephanie St. Pierre’s What the Sea Saw weaves together the relationships between sea and sky, shore and dunes—and the creatures that live in them. From day to night, from sunny weather to stormy weather, the story is told from all perspectives—from that of the sea and sky, and even from that of the fish and the gull.

Ms. St Pierre tells a simple yet important story, using poetically picturesque descriptions that are beautiful to listen to—and to read. And for those readers who are interested in learning about ecosystems, she offers three pages following the story that tell more about the natural environments shown in the book.

The book’s highlight, however—and what distinguishes it from books like it—is the artwork by Beverly Doyle. Ms. Doyle’s illustrations are so beautiful and so lifelike that you’ll want to frame them.

If you love spending time by the shore, What the Sea Saw will bring you back to your favorite place—and your child will learn a few important lessons about nature at the same time.

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