Aquarium Keeping

The Aquarium Keeping Bigbook

Non-Fiction - Hobby
34 Pages
Reviewed on 02/14/2017
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Aquarium Keeping: The Aquarium Keeping Bigbook by David Justin Smith is an engaging book that gives information on how to successfully create and maintain a stunning freshwater aquarium. It has been proven time and again that home aquariums are excellent tools for calming kids, reducing anxiety in school-going children, helping them behave in a disciplined manner, and helping them improve academically. The book is also good for those who want to have a home aquarium so that they can use it as a relaxing mechanism after long hours of work and studies.

The author handles the topic methodically and extensively, making it easy and interesting for all those who want to keep a home aquarium and to all those who already have one at home. The tips and suggestions are useful and they help aquarium owners to maintain their aquarium at home and office well. From aquarium design to aquarium themes to ghost shrimps to aquascaping to aquarium accessories and DIY aquariums, this book covers all the topics related to aquariums that readers want to know.

The book is packed with information and one can’t go wrong in maintaining an aquarium at home or in the office once they finish reading this book. It will interest all readers, irrespective of whether they have a home aquarium. On the whole, the book is interesting and informative, and might make readers become interested in having a home aquarium if they do not already have one!