As a complement to the Washed Ashore sculptures brought to Chautauqua Institution, we're happy to provide this lovely full-color book to either remind you of your visits with the sculptures or to show you what it's all about, in print. When artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi found plastic trash polluting the beach near her home, she took action. She formed an organization called Washed Ashore and started gathering trash from beaches and using it to create incredible sculptures of wildlife. These sculptures travel the country to teach people about the importance of these animals—and the problems caused by plastic pollution. Author and photographer Kelly Crull highlights fourteen spectacular sculptures (several of which were here at Chautauqua) along with hints to find common objects hidden among the debris. There’s information about each ocean animal as well as tips for how you can reduce your plastic use, hold a beach cleanup and make your own plastic art. Be inspired to get creative in protecting the world’s oceans! Reading level is considered Grade 3 but this book can be enjoyed by all ages!