by Jennifer Berne
Jacques Cousteau is famous for his undersea movies. This story tells how Cousteau invented equipment to help him breathe underwater and discover the magical world under the sea. Over time, humans began to pollute the sea, so Cousteau set out to show them the beauty they were destroying and how they could fix it. Told in simple text with gorgeous illustrations, this is a terrific introduction to Cousteau's world. Pair the book with one of Cousteau's documentaries from the library collection!