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Teach the Beach

by Don Walsh

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Sean and Summer Sands are going on vacation, and not just anywhere, but to the beach at Seaside Delight! The two children can’t wait to go play in the ocean, and when they arrive, they make friends with a few locals: a stingray, a seal, a dolphin and a starfish! The sea creatures show the children how to be safe in the water as they play. Sometimes the unexpected can happen, but Summer and Sean’s new friends are close by to help the children and demonstrate valuable safety tips at the beach.

With colorful illustrations and engaging characters, “Teach the Beach” provides children with a fun and educational story that will allow them to safely enjoy the beach! ( )
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