Wild Seas Jigsaw

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Author: Helen Scales

Category: Lifestyle , Sport & leisure

Book Format: Jigsaw

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781399624312

RRP: $39.99


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Discover the extraordinary ways the world’s oceans and sea life are coming back from the brink and making remarkable recoveries in this stunning new 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, with 20 uniquely shaped pieces that give a new twist to puzzling.

Beautifully illustrated by Good Wives and Warriors and accompanied by a fold-out poster with text written by Dr Helen Scales, discover how humpback whale populations are thriving in the freezing seas of Alaska, and how elephant seals have recovered from ‘extinction’, with messages of hope and positive change from around the globe.

Piece together this family puzzle, and slot in 20 uniquely shaped pieces which celebrate all the animals featured in the amazing stories of the natural world.

A 1000-PIECE NATURE JIGSAW with 20 uniquely shaped pieces. Completed puzzle measures 485 x 680mm.

DISCOVER REMARKABLE STORIES about the world’s oceans and sea creatures on the fold-out poster.


LAURENCE KING has been capturing imaginations and inspiring creativity in new and unexpected ways for over 30 years, with playful and eye-catching games, gifts and books.

Helen Scales (Author)

Dr Helen Scales is a marine biologist, writer and broadcaster. Her ocean-based writing appears in National Geographic, The Guardian, New Scientist and others. Helen appears regularly on BBC radio; she teaches at the University of Cambridge, advises the ocean conservation charity Sea Changers and is a storytelling ambassador at the Save Our Seas Foundation. She divides her time between Cambridge, UK, and the Atlantic coast of France. Helen is the author of Around the Ocean in 80 Fish.


Good Wives and Warriors (Illustrator)

Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell have been working collaboratively as Good Wives and Warriors since 2007, soon after graduating from the Painting Department at The Glasgow School of Art. They divide their time between designing large-scale installations for fine art settings and undertaking design commissions for companies in the UK and abroad. They are currently based in London.

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