Captain Cat had lots of cats. People think he's crazy, but he loves them.
They set off on journey on their ship The Carlotta and come across a tiny island. There is the Queen, spotting them through her spyglass.
She is delighted to have visitors and has never seen a cat before!
Neither had all the rats who were stealing her food! That's their dead bodies above. Needless to say that page was a particular favourite.
Another Watery One. This is for the older picture book audience. Seven to ten would be perfect. As the title suggests, its the story, from soup to nuts, of Jacques Cousteau. Some illustrations look just pretty but you need to look closer - there's a lot in them. They're great!
He wanted to move around underwater though and it was difficult in the massive suits. So he and a friend designed the Aqua Lung. They could swim and breath and look around.
They took photos and eventually, he started filming.
Who doesn't think of Bill Murray when they see this picture?
Look again, he's there! On the right, filming.
Once he and his divers found some wine. It was over 2,000 years old, but they tried it. Sadly, it was quite bitter. Great book, we really liked it.