Seven Seas

The ocean is an endless wonder that has shaped the progress of civilization for all of human history Thousands of years ago, the sea retreated and exposed than 2 million acres of dry land, enabling early man to migrate from Asia and eventually settle North and South America Centuries later, explorers such as Christopher Columbus and Ferdinand Magellan braved the watThe ocean is an endless wonder that has shaped the progress of civilization for all of human history Thousands of years ago, the sea retreated and exposed than 2 million acres of dry land, enabling early man to migrate from Asia and eventually settle North and South America Centuries later, explorers such as Christopher Columbus and Ferdinand Magellan braved the waters as they searched for shorter ocean routes to new worlds When, in 1800, all surface areas of the ocean had been explored, scientists turned their gaze to the deepest recesses of the sea, discovering thousands of species of plants and animals there The sea remains our planet s largest source of food, fuel, and energy, holding the very key to life for sea creatures and people alike.
Seven Seas The ocean is an endless wonder that has shaped the progress of civilization for all of human history Thousands of years ago the sea retreated and exposed than million acres of dry land enabling ea

  • Title: Seven Seas
  • Author: Linda Vieira Higgins Bond
  • ISBN: 9780802788344
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Seven Seas”

    1. I think that this is a great book to inform children about the role that the water plays in our planet. Not only because it covers the largest amount of area in the planet. But because as there was an increase interest to explore the world we leave in, we had to learn more about the oceans that cover the surounding land. This books goes into detail about the roles the ocean played into civilization.

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