Book Review, Picture Books

The Wide Wide Sea by Anna Wilson & Jenny Lovlie

Our children love exploring the sea: swimming, digging in the sand and discovering the creatures who live beneath the waves. We were so pleased to see this lovely book in the National Trust shop at Corfe Castle when we were on holiday in Dorset.

This beautiful picture book follows a small child and their gran as they visit “the best place in the whole wide world” – the beach. There they find so many treasures and wonder what it would be like to be a seal under the sea. When a storm comes, it reveals another side to the sea – the mess that has been created by humans – our rubbish that has ended up in the sea. The child learns that even if there is a mess, we can make a difference and clean it up so the beach continues to be the best place in the whole wide world.

With a free Stories Aloud smartphone audiobook, this book is perfect for holiday car journeys and for families to enjoy together.

Thank you to Nosy Crow & the National Trust for this wonderful book!

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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