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Move Like Water

A Story Of The Sea And Its Creatures

Hannah Stowe


**Signed independent bookshop edition with sprayed blue edges**
Limited number of signed copies available while stocks last
The book will have either a signed bookplate or a signed title page

A heartfelt hymn to the sea and an unforgettable introduction to one of the most gifted nature writers of the new generation: Hannah Stowe, daughter of the Kate Greenaway Medal-winning author and artist, Jackie Morris.

The seas cover over two thirds of our planet and yet most of us live our lives on land, creatures of a different element, at once fascinated and terrified by the beauty and power of these great bodies of water. There are some, though, who go to sea, who get to know its many moods — the tranquil and mirror-like, the raging and ripple-swept — and who bring back with them their stories of wonder and warning. Hannah Stowe is one such sea-goer and one such storyteller.

Drawing on her expertise as a marine biologist and sailor, and her experiences in the North Sea, the North Atlantic, the Mediterranean, the North Sea, the Celtic Sea, and the Caribbean, Move Like Water is an exploration of the human relationship with the sea, the powerful impression it has made on our culture, and the terrible damage we have inflicted upon its ecosystems. In shimmering, fluid prose, Stowe introduces us to five keystone marine creatures – the sperm whale, the humpback whale, the orca, the albatross and the firecrow – encouraging us to fall in love with the seas as she has, to appreciate their majesty and their vulnerability.





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Hardback; 216 x 138mm



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