After Mrs. Seahorse lays her eggs on Mr. Seahorse's belly, he drifts through his underwater home, greeting other fish fathers like Mr Stickleback, Mr Tilapia and Mr Kurtus who are taking care of their eggs too, complementing each fish on his fine work. The father fish are camouflaged by things such as seaweed and coral, which are colourfully printed on clear acrylic pages. These camouflage pages illustrate how different kinds of fish can hide themselves, but as each of these special pages is turned to cover Mr. Seahorse, the reader sees how he can hide himself as well. This is a great book with plenty of science links and it also shows that mummy isn't always the nurturing parent. It would also make a brilliant Fathers' Day present!