Coral reef ecology
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What starts as a routine research trip in the Rose Reading Room of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building turns into a raucous underwater adventure. If you've ever wondered what the main branch of NYPL would look like if whales crashed through its windows and the entire edifice sank to the bottom of... Read More »
A young girl gets a close-up look at an endangered ecosystem when she is suddenly "transported" from The New York Public Library to a city under the sea. Imaginative pictures accompany the clear, factual text.
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A girl stands in a library room and removes a book from a shelf entitled Coral Reefs. As she reads we see the text below each image. The book explains how reefs are formed, who lives in them, and what their future may be. As we read along we see the girl’s library suddenly flooded. New York City is now underwater and the girl observes firsthand the lagoons, the feeding grounds, and the food chain at work. By the end she stands on the library steps utterly wet, and some other kids get to read the book world beneath the sea for themselves. The back of the book features an author’s note on the threats the coral reefs now face as well as additional facts and a small bibliography of useful books and websites.
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