CHILD OF THE DEEP by

CHILD OF THE DEEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A true fairy tale of today. In story form, a famous undersea photographer tells of the things his eight year old daughter sees through the window of the photosphere on the ocean floor off Nassau. Good factual material of undersea life, with almost too much to be taken at a gulp. Some adventure --vicariously shared as Sylvia sees the divers investigating the Spanish wreck, as her father determines to photograph the feeding processes of the shark, and so on. The story is illustrated with black and white submarine pictures. A book for plus sale in nature book department.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1938
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin