BOOK 566 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
Langston Hughes (1902–1967) is one of America’s most beloved poets. His poems about the sea are awash with joyous detailing of mermaids, fishermen, the spray-splash of waves, and island dreams.
BOOK 563 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
TUR, KUR IESĀKAS JŪRA
1978. gadā izdotā un skaisti ilustrētā bērnu grāmata ved ceļojumā pa pasaules jūrām un okeāniem, kas savā starpā ir savienoti, un iepazīstina arī ar dzīvi zem viļņiem.
BOOK 560 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
THE GRUMPY OLD SAILOR
What on earth is that grumpy old sailor up to? Dragons and telescopes, red paint and sea charts… find out in this lively adventure with Magnus and his friends.
BOOK 559 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
The Swallows, Amazons and Ds are united again for twelfth and final story in the series. Dick makes a remarkable discovery: two rare birds, never before seen in the British Isles. Captain Flint and his crew decide to consult an expert to confirm the discovery. But when the man they ask turns out to have his collector’s eye on the birds’ eggs, not to mention skins, an enjoyable voyage around the Outer Hebrides becomes a desperate race to save the birds, and themselves…
BOOK 558 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
THE PICTS AND MARTYRS
Eleventh book in the timeless series. The Ds can’t wait to go and stay in the Lake District during the summer holidays. But when the Amazons’ dreadful Great Aunt invites herself to stay too, the summer is threatened with dullness. The Amazons arrange for their friends to stay in a tumble-down hut in the woods. And as long as no one discovers they’re there they can sail all summer long.
BOOK 557 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
Tenth book in the timeless series and a sequel to “Peter Duck”. Nancy Blackett, the terror of the seas, has finally met a real pirate – the tiny, pistol-carrying Missee Lee, who has rescued them after their shipwreck off the coast of China. The only trouble is she wants to keep them forever.
BOOK 556 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GO TOT HE SEA
Seventh book in the timeless series. The Swallows are out on the water once again, this time in a bigger boat and on a bigger adventure than ever before.
BOOK 555 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
Sixth book in the timeless series. The Swallows and Amazons and Dick and Dorothea decide to hunt for gold in the hills high above the lake. But it’s a hot and dry summer and water is in scarce supply. Worse still for the troubled campers, they have competition: Squashy Hat. Just who is he and what sort of traps is he laying? Using pigeons to carry messages, braving dangerous mines and fires, kids must find the gold before their rival.
BOOK 554 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
Fourth book in the timeless series. The lake ices over completely in winter and the Swallows and Amazons, along with Dick and Dorothea plan a race to find the North Pole. How will they reach it if they can’t sail? By sledges of course! But when a blizzard blows up and there is a mix up about signals, the D’s disappear into the Arctic night.
BOOK 553 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
PETER DUCK: A TREASURE HUNT IN THE CARIBBEES
Third book in the timeless series. The Swallows and Amazons are sailing with Nancy and Peggy’s Uncle Jim (better known as Captain Flint) when their hired deckhand tells them a tale of his younger days – a tale to set pulses racing and hopes shooting sky high. Soon their boat is on its way to a Caribbean treasure hunt and they find themselves up against shark, storm, earthquake – and the vilest pirate who ever eavesdropped at a porthole.
BOOK 552 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS
Arthur Ransome’s “Swallows and Amazons” series has stood the test of time. More than just great stories, each one celebrates independence and initiative with a colorful, large cast of characters. Like the entire series that follows, this book is for children or grownups, anyone captivated by a world of adventure and imagination, exploring and setting sail.
BOOK 551 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
Poems and facts about 11 sea animals: dolphins, sea turtles, humpback whales, octopuses, blue fin tuna, flying fish, crabs, jellyfish, sea stars, leafy sea dragons, and sharks.
BOOK 550 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
KAS IR UPE?
Upes izšuj pasauli raibu raibiem rakstiem, sadiedz stāstus un notikumus, savieno vietas, laikus un cilvēkus. To straume var mūs aizgādāt uz tālām vietām, sapulcēt kopā un atspirdzināt. Upes nomierina, biedē, iedvesmo, neļauj aizmirst.
BOOK 549 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
WHAT IS A RIVER?
Book follows a child and her grandma as they look for answers to a question – what is a river? In their imaginary expedition, they discover rivers flowing in the sky; meet pilgrims, magical shape-shifting river dolphins; fish and bathe; and explore.
BOOK 547 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
HELEN SCALES, LISK FENG
THE GREAT BARRIER REEF
With nearly 400,000 square kilometers of dazzling colour, intricate ecosystems and unique creatures – The Great Barrier Reef is one of the greatest natural wonders of our world. Vibrant, dynamic artwork and engaging text illuminate this enchanting place, its animal inhabitants and the people who have embraced it as a centerpiece of their cultures.
BOOK 537 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
When you have to leave behind almost everything you know, where can you call home? Sometimes home is simply where we are: here. A imaginative, lyrical, unforgettable picture book about the migrant experience through a child’s eyes.
BOOK 535 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
VARĒJA BŪT TRAKĀK
Diviem jūrniekiem palaimējas izglābties pēc kuģa avārijas. Albertīni ir pilnīgi satriekts: aumaļām gāž lietus, pēc tam virs galvas parādās caurejas mocīts lidojošu zivju bars, pie apvāršņa – spoku kuģis ar pirātiem, un tad vēl valis, kura elpa neganti smird pēc tunča sviestmaizēm… Taču Džordžs līksmi spēlē mutes ermoņikas un ikreiz mierina draugu, ka varēja būt trakāk.
BOOK 532 KID’S SEA LIBRARY
THE WATER BABIES
Tom, a poor orphan, is employed by a villainous chimney-sweep. While engaged in his task, Tom loses into the bedroom of a girl, who mistakes him for a thief. He runs away, and slips into a cooling stream, falls fast asleep, and becomes a water baby. In this new life, he meets all sorts of aquatic creatures, including an old lobster and other water babies. After a long quest to the Other-end-of-Nowhere Tom achieves his heart’s desire.
BOOK 531 KID’S SEA LIBRARY
HEIDI TYLINE KING
SAVING AMERICAN BEACH
This heartfelt picture book biography illustrated by the Caldecott Honoree Ekua Holmes, tells the story of MaVynee Betsch, an African American opera singer turned environmentalist and the legacy she preserved.
BOOK 529 KID’S SEA LIBRARY
20 000 LJĒ PA JŪRAS DZELMI
Londonā nerimstas runas par neredzētu jūras nezvēru, kurš taranē kuģus. Profesors Aronā uzskata, ka tas ir milzu narvalis, un kāpj uz kuģa klāja, lai to atrastu. Tobrīd viņiem nav ne jausmas, kas patiesībā slēpjas okeāna dzīlēs. Drīz vien trīs biedri sastop kapteini Nemo un piespiedu kārtā kļūst par zemūdens pasaules apceļotājiem.
BOOK 528 KIDS SEA LIBRARY
THE TALE OF THE WHALE
This beautiful tale of friendship between a child and a whale invites us to consider our responsibilities towards the environment and makes a direct plea to end plastic pollution.
BOOK 525 KID’S SEA LIBRARY
MARÍA GARCÍA ESPERON
THE SEA-RINGED WORLD: SACRED STORIES OF THE AMERICAS
A collection of stories from nations and cultures across North and South Americas —the Sea-Ringed World, as the Aztecs called it—from the Andes all the way up to Alaska. These Native Americans sought to understand their place in the universe, and the origin of the world into which their ancestors had emerged. The answers lay in their sacred stories.
BOOK 523 KID’S SEA LIBRARY
KAIZIVS, KURŠ NEĒDA CILVĒKUS
Septiņas pasakas, kas stāsta par labsirdīgo Kaizivi, kurš, atšķirībā no brāļiem un māsām, atteicās paklausīt mammai un uzbrukt cilvēkiem, lai tos apēstu, ieved pasaulē, kurā ir vieta tādiem jēdzieniem kā pateicība un līdzjūtība, spējai saskatīt skaistumu un pārvarēt bailes un kurā vienmēr ir vieta labiem darbiem.