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As both a children's book and scientific illustrator, Erin Hunter specializes in entomological and botanical illustrations. She illustrated A Day in the Deep, The Great Divide, Multiply on the Fly, and for Arbordale, and she has taught botanical illustration and field sketching at University of California at Santa Cruz. Erin's portfolio includes print and online design projects for clients ranging from marketing firms to culinary groups to educational organizations-and she's drawn insects under a microscope for the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History. Erin lives with her husband on California's Monterey Peninsula. When she's not sketching and painting, she tends to flowers, fruit trees, and vegetables in her backyard garden. Visit Erin's website: http: //www.eehunter.com/
This book touches on some fantastic topics like whale fall, marine snow, bioluminescence, and bacterial involvement at many depths... - School Library Journal
While brief rhyming verses describe the animals, four pages of more in-depth information about the ocean creatures end the book.- Booklist
Kevin Kurtz' A Day in the Deep (illustrated by Erin E. Hunter, Arbordale, grades prekindergarten-4) is a stocking stuffer that will keep on giving (educationally). Written in playful rhyming verse, this short, informative book takes primary grade readers down into the ocean's lightless depths (the aptly named midnight, abyssal and hadal zones). - Scientists Bookshelf