Spring 2022

The World of Ocean Animals

Series of 18 titles

The World of Ocean Animals presents a high-interest STEM introduction to our oceans’ mammals, detailing which oceans each species inhabits and its appearance, diet, life cycle, and behaviors. Vivid and engaging full-color photographs complement the text and show how these animals live and survive in the ocean. Two Take a Look! infographics in each title highlight and label each mammal’s range and habitat as well as its anatomy. Each title also includes sidebars, a glossary, a table of contents, an index, and a STEM activity.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
Cover: Beluga Whales Beluga Whales 2.4
Cover: Dolphins Dolphins 2.7
Cover: Harp Seals Harp Seals 2.4
Cover: Manatees Manatees 2.7
Cover: Narwhals Narwhals 2.8
Cover: Orcas Orcas 2.7
Cover: Polar Bears Polar Bears 2.9
Cover: Sea Lions Sea Lions 2.6
Cover: Sea Otters Sea Otters 2.7
Cover: Walruses Walruses 2.7
Cover: Corals Corals New! Spring 2022
Cover: Crabs Crabs New! Spring 2022
Cover: Jellyfish Jellyfish New! Spring 2022
Cover: Octopuses Octopuses New! Spring 2022
Cover: Portuguese Man-of-Wars Portuguese Man-of-Wars New! Spring 2022
Cover: Sea Anemones Sea Anemones New! Spring 2022
Cover: Sea Stars Sea Stars New! Spring 2022
Cover: Squid Squid New! Spring 2022
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 2
Category New!, STEM
Subject Animals, STEM
Copyright 2022
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Pogo Books
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2022-01-01
Dewey 593.5-599.79
Graphics Full-color photographs
Dimensions 7.5 x 9
Lexile 460-540
Guided Reading Level I
ATOS Reading Level 2.4-2.9
Accelerated ReaderĀ® Points 0.5
Features Glossary of key words, Informative sidebars, and Teaching guides


The World of Ocean Animals - Reviewed by School Library Journal

General information, fun facts, and well-chosen photos introduce animals from ocean habitats. A few sentences per page describe physical characteristics, usually in relation to how those affect behaviors. The beluga’s coloring and neck flexibility, for example, are described in terms of how these features aid its survival (Beluga Whales). Feeding habits, predators, and birth are also covered. Photographs support the facts effectively, showing the animals in their ocean environments, with well-chosen close-ups and useful captions. All images are full page or larger. Other useful visuals include a diagram identifying key body parts and a range map. Varieties within a family are noted in the text when needed in Sea Lions, Dolphins, and Manatees; several books encompass just a single species respectively. VERDICT Excellent introductions to marine creatures.

Author: Mari Schuh