by Eco Kids Planet June 04, 2018

Unleash your inner poet!

The vast, mysterious ocean is full of deep secrets, uncharted trenches, and unusual, prehistoric-looking creatures. What could be a better way to describe the fascinating depths than a poetic verse? For issue 44 we invited you to unleash your inner poet and create some ‘deep rhymes’ to bring the sounds and rhythms of the ocean’s depths to life. 

Congratulations to our winners!


 Dion Sakich, age 8, Japan


 Addison, age 9, Nottingham 


Martin Rollier, age 10, London  


Charles Arthur, age 9, Bideford


Mia Eaton, age 8, Manchester

 


Congratulations! You all win this fabulous graphic novel, Lucy The Octopus, from Richy K. Chandler – the comic artist behind Amelia the Fox!


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