This lovely book is based on the traditional folk song of the same name. This beautifully illustrated print adaptation has a twisting, turning rhythm which gradually gathers pace and takes you on an adventure to the bottom of the sea. Featuring a whole host of underwater creatures — including a shark, an eel, a crab, a snail and a squid — it explains the underwater food chain in a really simple way. The weeds absorb the sun. The snails eat the weeds but are then in turn eaten by the crabs. The crabs are eaten by the squid, then the squid are eaten by the eels and ultimately the eels are eaten by the sharks. The illustrations are soft and gentle to avoid any potential anguish over the animals all eating each other!
There's a Hole In The Bottom Of The Sea
A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea
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There’s A Hole In The Bottom Of The Sea
Nigel Pilkington and Sarah Jane Honeywell present the second programme in the series and today's song is 'There's a hole in the bottom of the sea. See all episodes from Primary Music KS1. There's a hole in the bottom of the sea - Download music sheet.
Discover amazing and fascinating sea creatures as you go on a madcap journey through the world of the hole in the bottom of the sea! Based on a traditional cumulative song, each verse introduces a new creature and its place in the food chain, as the shark chases the eel, who chases the squid, who chases the snail Enhanced CD includes video animation and audio singalong. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….