Join Noah in this chunky board book as he takes off on a fabulous ocean adventure, with die-cuts and surprises throughout!

Take a dive into adventure! Join Noah as he visits Earth's most mysterious environment – the ocean. Die cut pages and pop-ups make every page a surprise as you come face to face with a Great White, join dazzling fish on a coral reef and discover your very own pirate treasure.


Susan Hayes writes and publishes many different kinds of books for children. She has numerous best sellers in every corner of the globe. Susan is in awe of children’s limitless imagination and thirst for knowledge. She strives to learn from the children she knows and meets, and to enjoy the world through their fresh, curious eyes. Susan lives in the East Sussex countryside with her own children - Sylvie, Finley, and Sam; her partner Neil; and two gorgeous but slightly silly ducks, Dolly and Izzy.

Sam Rennocks is a British Illustrator born and raised in Leicester. He studied Illustration at Plymouth University and now lives in Loughborough, close to where he grew up. Sam has worked with clients from across the globe, creating work for magazines, book publishing, traditional games, and even the NHS. His passion for art is inspired by ancient history and the natural world.


A bold exploration of the ocean, Zoom: Ocean Adventure … follows Noah as he journeys under the sea to find many splendid creatures of the deep. The bright colours of the underwater world pop, and the die-cut pages of this sturdy board book are great for little ones to get their hands on.

The Scotsman

Fantastic vocabulary and plenty of peep-throughs to interactive with.

Library Girl and Book Boy

It’s … nice to see a black boy having an ocean adventure in a board book, as representation of BAME children is still rare in books for the under 3s.


These sturdy, informative books, with their intriguing peep-holes and a final fold-out surprise, deliver fascinating facts about space travel and the wonders of the deep with an exciting, colourful and fun-filled flourish.

Lancashire Post

Die-cuts are a feature of every spread and with their clever placing each one offers a different view depending on whether the page is turned forwards or back … Characteristic of both, rather longer than average board books are: the surprise pop-up on the penultimate spread, the wealth of visual details in Sam Rennocks and Susanna Rumiz’s vibrant illustrations, the die-cut pages, the relatively short narrative and the fact that both Noah and Ada actually experience their journeys through their imagination. Sturdily built, these are well worth putting into a nursery collection or adding to your toddler’s bookshelf.

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