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Shell life on the seashore

Philip Street

Shell life on the seashore

by Philip Street

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Published by Faber in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementillustrated by Noel Gregory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13702670M

Bertram Books is a Bertram Group Company; Bertram Trading Limited. Registered address: 1 Broadland Business Park, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR7 0WF; Registered in England and Wales No VAT No Shell Life on the Seashore by Philip Street review — shell out for a beach read Ysenda Maxtone Graham gets to know the creatures she’ll be sharing the sands with Ysenda Maxtone Graham.

  From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a. New! Ask the community; Discover. Today; People; Projects; Companies; Jobs; Events; More. About The Dots; Portfolio Masterclass; Pricing; Feedback.

Seashore Sensory Surprises. Sand from the seashore is full of surprises. To help children discover some of these surprises, put a different seashore item (such as a starfish, a seahorse, a conch shell, a sponge, or driftwood) in separate pillowcases. Label each one with a number. Originally published in , Shell Life on the Seashore is an amateur beachcombing classic. This newly reissued and updated edition includes a new foreword by Philip Hoare and an illustrated fold-out guide to identifying shells on the reverse of the book jacket. Read more».


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Shell life on the seashore by Philip Street Download PDF EPUB FB2

From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, mollusks and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognizing and collecting both these curious specimens and the "empties" they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the family/5(5).

This book does exactly what it says on the cover - it provides a thorough review of British shellfish and a few of their closely related cousins. There are some fascinating gems about the lives of these creatures and their weird and wonderful anatomy/5.

From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the family.5/5(1).

From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the family.

First published innow revised and updated with an introduction by prize-winning author Philip Hoare, the book Shell life on the seashore book with a beautiful wraparound cover illustrating 42 common shells.

Among the remarkable creatures it describes are the slipper limpet, which lives in stacks where the lower individuals are female, the uppermost are male and the central ones are in the process of Author: Philip Street. Shell Life on the Seashore Originally published in , Philip Street’s Shell Life on the Seashore  is an amateur beachcombing classic.

The book has just been reissued and updated by Faber, with an illustrated fold-out guide — and a new foreword by Philip Hoare, extracted below. The. From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the family.

For many, the highlights of seaside holidays are rockpooling and gathering the glorious array of shells left strewn on the beach after the receding tide/5(6).

Book Description. Originally published inShell Life on the Seashore is an amateur beachcombing classic. This newly reissued and updated edition includes a new foreword by Philip Hoare and an illustrated fold-out guide to identifying shells on the reverse of the book jacket.

About the Author/5(5). In Seashells by the Seashore, beautiful art, a counting format, accurate information about the animals that made and live inside the shells, and rhyming text draw the reader to the shoreline of the beach and into the state of mind one finds when they are exploring the water's edge.

Counting from one to twelve (one to ten in the Board Book edition), Sue picks up shells-periwinkle, kitten's paw /5(50). Shell Life on the Seashore  by Philip Street What if each shell had a story of its own to tell us, if only we knew the language. Mr Street’s delightful, informative guide uncovers the secret history of each common shell, revealing not only which marine creature once inhabited it but the unique challenges of its watery habitat it had to solve.

Comment: Title: Shell life on the seashore, Publisher: Faber, Binding: Hardcover, First Edition. pages. Pictorial dust jacket over red cloth. Black and white diagrams throughout.

Colour frontispiece. Pages remain bright and clear with minimal tanning and foxing/5(5). From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the : Philip Street.

Shell Life on the Seashore € A Dubray Staff Recommended Read. For many, the highlights of seaside holidays are rockpooling and gathering the glorious array of shells left strewn on the beach after the receding tide.

From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a.

Buy Shell life on the seashore by Philip Street ; illustrated by Noel Gregory (ISBN: ) from Castlegate Books, an independent bookshop in the UK. Free delivery on all UK orders. Philip Street is the author of Shell Life on the Seashore ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 3 reviews), When Tom Met Alison ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 2 re /5.

Shell Life on the Seashore Faber | 16 July 18 July Illustrations by Amanda Dilworth taken from Shell Life on the Seashore by Philip Street, first published in and reissued in August with a fold-out jacket and a new introduction by Philip Hoare.

Shells not shown to scale. From barnacles to oysters, cockles to sea slugs, winkles to carnivorous snails, molluscs and lesser-known members of the octopus family, Shell Life on the Seashore is the essential primer for recognising and collecting both these curious specimens and the 'empties' they leave behind - and will greatly increase the old-fashioned pleasures of a coastal holiday for all the : Faber & Faber.

Shell Life on the Seashore by Philip Street Author:Philip Street [Philip Street], Date: Ma ,Views: 20 Author:Philip Street [Philip Street] Language: eng Format: epub ISBN: Publisher: Faber & Faber Published: T+. Shell Life on the Seashore by Philip Street (Paperback, ) Delivery UK delivery is within 3 to 5 working days.

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