by David Wiesner

New York: Clarion Books, 2006

Age: 5+

Interests: ocean, ocean creatures, nature, beaches, photography, magic

Also by this author: Free Fall, Tuesday, Sector 7, The Three Pigs

A boy finds a camera washed up on the beach. He removes the film and takes it to be processed. The photos reveal astonishing scenes beneath the waves but the last one is of a child holding a photo, of a child holding a photo, of a child holding a photo… The boy knows what he must do next.

A wordless feast for the eyes, with much to ponder, and a final mystery solved. Fascinating, thought-provoking and absolutely beautiful. For children who love a puzzle, or the beach, or exploring, or magic.

(This title on amazon.)


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