In the Deep Dark Deep

In the Deep Dark Deep In this sequel to Earth Space Moon Base Monkey Robot and Deep Sea Diver embark on a dangerous underwater quest The jellyfish and spider crabs they encounter are the least of their worries as they s

  • Title: In the Deep Dark Deep
  • Author: Ben Joel Price
  • ISBN: 9780385373135
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this sequel to Earth Space Moon Base, Monkey, Robot, and Deep Sea Diver embark on a dangerous underwater quest The jellyfish and spider crabs they encounter are the least of their worries as they search the depths for missing starfish in their bathysphere, the Guppy Ben Joel Price s cheeky rhymes and limited yet striking palette evoke an enchanting world that will gIn this sequel to Earth Space Moon Base, Monkey, Robot, and Deep Sea Diver embark on a dangerous underwater quest The jellyfish and spider crabs they encounter are the least of their worries as they search the depths for missing starfish in their bathysphere, the Guppy Ben Joel Price s cheeky rhymes and limited yet striking palette evoke an enchanting world that will give young readers the explorer s bug

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    909 thoughts on “In the Deep Dark Deep

    • I really want to like this dude's books more than I do. The art has a lot going for it, but the story not so much.


    • The art style is good and I really like the deep underwater atmosphere and setting. However the rhyming gets in the way of it. Seems a little forced. The characters aren't that well defined especially in how they are drawn. The creatures they meet underwater are creepy and cool. But the flow of the adventure and the text is kind of a miss. I really don't understand what they are doing from scene to scene.


    • Unfortunately, I gave up on this one about half way through because I didn’t like the rhymes. They were slant rhymes, and those are harder to read aloud. It’s not good for storytime and I wasn’t interested in it personally.


    • The illustrations are really pretty and the words/story were okay at first but then kind of lost me. Might be more fun to read aloud? Possibly?


    • This follow up to 'Earth Space Moon Base' goes for a somewhat darker tone while still being charming as you like. Bought it for my niece and the tone of the book has developed so that it connects with her sensibilities perfectly. Price's artwork has also evolved and I feel he has really settled into a groove in regards to his visual identity - my only hope is that he stretches his pen and perhaps does a comic, or something more adult as I could see his linework really adapting well to that mediu [...]


    • 1. The artwork is very interesting; the illustrations have a Dr. Seuss feel to them at times. 2. I Dislike the font.3. The high gloss paper will make it extremly difficult for some children to read; especially, if they are in a room that has fluorescent lights overhead.Subject:Stories in rhyme -- Juvenile fiction.Underwater exploration -- Juvenile fiction.Submarines (Ships) -- Juvenile fiction.Divers -- Juvenile fiction.Robots -- Juvenile fiction.Monkeys -- Juvenile fiction.


    • From the creator of Earth Space Moon Base, this picture book from the United Kingdom takes readers far beneath the surface of the sea as Spaceman, Robot, and Monkey solve the mystery of why the sea has become so dark. I really enjoyed going along the voyage and finding out the starfish have been trapped in an eel's belly. The text is so-so, but the illustrations were filled with all sorts of interesting colors, and left me feeling that I really was along for the ride.


    • Price takes young readers deep into the ocean as aquanauts go in search of the missing starfish. Prince captures the ocean depths with gorgeous dark tones and contrasting light elements. Readers see a variety of sea creatures along the way, but the narrative story doesn't little to illuminate the reader about the content of the ocean depths. Pretty to look at but less to offer as a story or informational resource.


    • Okay. I loved the ease of the rhymes. My preschooler was able to finish the sentences due to their simplicity. I also was impressed with the use of less common vocabulary. A great teaching tool. Now, those illustrations were WAY to busy for this book. It was as if my eyes just couldn't decide where to look. I still gave it 3 stars, though.


    • In this sequel to Earth Space Moon Base, Monkey, Robot, and Deep-Sea Diver embark on a dangerous underwater quest! The jellyfish and spider crabs they encounter are the least of their worries as they search the depths for missing starfish in their bathysphere, the Guppy.


    • With rhymes and brilliant illustrations, Ben Joel Price shows us the beautiful creatures that live in the deep dark of the ocean. This fun picture book will delight those interested in all things oceanic.


    • Simply awful! "Cheeky" rhymes? More like unoriginal drivel published only to sell more books by the author of Earth Space Moon Base.





    • megan spring reading 2016, children's book, picture book, adventure, underwater, stars, light, sea, prek, kindergarten, first grade


    • You never know what's lurking in the deep. I really enjoy Price's rhyming in his books. This was not exception. Though I think I still prefer "Earth Space Moon Base" the most.




    • the colors, and the art are so pretty not sure i would read this to a child bc the story is so boring, but definitely visually appealing



    • I think the illustrations are very scary. Also you don't know what the mystery is unless you read the endpapers.



    • This is a fun and intense way to look at exploring under the sea. The traits for this book would be Word choice definitely: meanders,gooey, ghostly, scuttling, barnacle-batteredSentence fluency would also be included, this book has a nice rhythm to it that makes reading easy to follow. I leveled using Lexile (AD820L) and DRA (6)


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