The Oceanology Handbook was released in July 2010. This is the first handbook not to be written by the author of the original

Front cover

Ology, being written by Professor Aronnax instead of Zoticus de Lesseps. Description. Edit

What's the difference between a steamer and a schooner? How would you navigate in stormy seas? How are underwater volcanoes formed? And which creatures lurk in the inky depths of the deepest oceans? All this and much more await young oceanologists in this exciting handbook, prepared for Zoticus deLesseps, the young author of OCEANOLOGY, by his tutor, Professor Aronnax, during their around-the-world journey aboard the mysterious Captain Nemo's NAUTILUS.

Among the book's special features:

  • four pages of stickers featuring sea creatures, ships, treasure and diving equipment
  • activities for the reader on nearly every spread
  • a pull-out letter from Professor Aronnax to Zoticus
  • a removable Beaufort scale chart of the winds -- an indispensable resource for seafarers!
Handbooks edit
"The Dragonology Handbook: A Practical Course in Dragons" • "The Egyptology Handbook: A Course in the Wonders of Egypt" • "The Wizardology Handbook: A Course for Apprentices" • "The Pirateology Handbook: A Course in Pirate Hunting" • "The Mythology Handbook: A Course in Ancient Greek Myths" • "The Monsterology Handbook: A Practical Course in MonstersThe Oceanology Handbook: A Course for Underwater Explorers
Oceanology edit
"Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus" • "The Oceanology Handbook: A Course for Underwater Explorers"