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Where Do Sea Creatures Sleep? by Robert Hill

Where Do Sea Creatures Sleep?

by Robert Hill

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"WHERE DO SEA CREATURES SLEEP?" (Signature Edition) is written by Panama City, Florida author Robert Hill and illustrated by Panama City, Florida illustrator Tim Thomas and is a whimsical story of sea creatures in their nocturnal habitat as seen through the minds of young readers. The story is a wonderfully crafted comical view of sea life as they prepare for bed in the world's most secretive neighborhood, the undersea world. Written for children 4-8 years old and adults wishing to expand a child's knowledge and literacy through inspired reading.

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