The sign of the seahorse : a tale of greed and high adventure in two acts
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- ISBN: 97808109382510
- ISBN: 9780773726109
- ISBN: 0810938251
- ISBN: 0773726101
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
- Publisher: New York : H.N. Abrams, 1992.
|Summary, etc.:||The inhabitants of a coral reef are threatened when a shady real estate deal started by the greedy Groper floods their area with poisonous waste.|
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|Subject:||Marine animals -- Juvenile fiction
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Stories in rhyme
- Baker & Taylor
The inhabitants of a coral reef are threatened when a shady real estate deal started by the greedy Groper floods their area with poisonous waste.
- Baker & Taylor
When Gropmund Grouper defrauds the Reeftown inhabitants of their homes and wealth, Pearl Trout, her brother Finneus, and Soldiercrab Army Corporal Bert must stop him, in an illustrated undersea adventure. 300,000 first printing. $200,000 ad/promo. Lit Guild & Doubleday Alt. All ages.
- Blackwell North Amer
In which the villainous Gropmund Grouper devises a dastardly scheme to rob the innocent folk of Reeftown of their homes and money, but is foiled by the efforts of the intrepid Pearl Trout, her fiery brother, Finneus, and brave Corporal Bert of the Soldiercrab Army.
Graeme Base, who created Abrams' best-selling Animalia and The Eleventh Hour, now offers The Sign of the Seahorse, a sweeping drama of intrigue and excitement set in the beautiful but fragile underwater world of a coral reef.
Beginning at the famous Seahorse Cafe, social hub of the Old Reef, The Sign of the Seahorse takes us on a great journey. We travel from the doomed coral gardens of Reeftown to a sunken wreck and an underwater junkyard, across the barren expanse of the Withered Plain, and into the vast, uncharted chasms of the Deep, before arriving finally at the utmost edge of the Great Continental Shelf.
Readers of all ages will delight in the rhyming text and gloriously detailed illustrations of this undersea adventure. The wonderfully drawn characters will capture the imagination as The Sign of the Seahorse is enjoyed again and again.