The Lucky Hermit Crab and Her Swirly New Shell
A Colorful, Rhythmic
Hermit Crab Adventure
The lucky hermit crab found a perfect, swirly new shell to replace her old home she had outgrown. But when she gets too big for this shell, will she be able to let go of her favorite shell to find a new bigger shell that will keep her safe and comfortable?
The Lucky Hermit Crab and Her Swirly New Shell is the fourth book in the award winning Seatales Sea Animal Series. Each book in this series is a rhyming adventure with brightly colored illustrations that bring to life authentic tales of what really happens at the edge of the sea. The Lucky Hermit Crab and Her Swirly New Shell is perfect for ages three through ten, but most adults are surprised at how much they learn from reading these stories, too!
Riddle Me This:
How are hermit crabs and kids alike?
Answer: They both outgrow things and have to leave them behind.
A Hermit Crab Reluctantly Shares His Lunch
The word “hermit” is defined as a creature who chooses to live alone. But hermit crabs are social animals. As you can see from this quick video, even though other hermit crabs were trying to get his food away from him, the large hermit crab didn’t attack them. He simply brushed them aside. And when another hermit crab managed to tear some of the clam away from the large hermit crab, they both continued eating together. Hermit crabs are often found living together, with smaller ones living in tidepools and larger ones in deeper water.