The sea is your
best friend - a book by Lasse Åberg

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In a new children’s book, Lasse Åberg takes us to the unknown world beneath the surface. “The sea is your best mate” shows why the oceans are crucial to life on Earth. Lasse Åberg’s ingenious images and easily accessible texts invite children – and adults – to take part in vital facts: “The sea is man’s best friend – and you have to be kind to your best friend.”

Reportage: Lena Scherman
Photo: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos
Editor: Apollonia Meleouni

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