Fish photographs are grouped by type so it is easy to see just how many different species there are in each family. The beginning of each fish family section gives a brief paragraph filled with fun facts about where the fish live, adaptations and what they eat. I enjoyed learning about the unique looking frogfish that can imitate a sponge, the aggressive triggerfish and their sharp teeth, the large groupers and the many colorful angel fish that help clean reef animals.
With 10% of profits benefiting the Marine Megafauna Foundation and tips on how to help our ocean environments, All Fish Faces will help kids become passionate about ocean animals and conservation and maybe even lead to some citizen science projects.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.