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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Seafood or Who Eats Who in the Ocean by Charles Messing is an educational and informative book that give details about the food chains and food webs that exist in the ocean. The author also gives useful information on the difference between a food chain and a food web, and the basic sea life pyramid that will keep young readers curious and fascinated to learn more about life in the ocean. Not many of us are aware of how sea creatures live and how they manage to survive underwater but this book takes readers on a fascinating trip where they learn about the exotic creatures that live underwater and food webs. The book includes two food chain habitats in the open ocean, one on the rocky sea floor, and one in the cold Antarctic ocean. Let us go on a magical trip underwater and learn more about the life there through this book.
The choice of topic is refreshing and different because not many readers wonder about the food chains of sea creatures. The images are wonderful and they look magical, just like the sea creatures. The food web connections are intricate and the book is helpful to understand the concept. The glossary at the end of the book is useful when it comes to understanding new words and sharing the fantasy world that exists underwater. It is an excellent book for reference for both children and adults when it comes to learning more about food chains and food webs in the ocean, and is definitely a must-have in all school and public libraries.