1 edition of Dulcie"s whale. found in the catalog.
Julia Montgomery Street
|Statement||Illustrated by Anthony D"Adamo.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S9158 Du|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||63011653|
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Dulcie's Whale. [Julia Montgomery Street, Anthony D'Adamo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ellis' book on sharks is probably better known than this book on whales, but both are great.
The cornerstone of the book are his numerous paintings of a variety of whales. Ellis also puts forth a good effort in describing what is know about this group of marine mammals. He Dulcies whale. book aspects of the biology, ecology, and behavior of by: COVID Resources.
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Kish takes one sentence from every page of the classic novel and illustrates it with weird and beautiful drawings and paintings, sometimes right over the text. For the Moby-Dick lover or the Moby-Dick cheater, this is a fantastic book to peruse on a rainy Nor’easter day.
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There was a time when whales were perilously close to extinction. Even with modern international conservation laws, the giants of the sea remain at the forefront of most environmental movements. The largest ever known living mammal (and suspected to be the largest animal.
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Whales breathe through nostrils called blowholes at the top of the head. The two main kinds of whales are the baleen whales and the toothed whales. Baleen whales have no teeth. Instead, they have hundreds of thin plates File Size: KB.
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This book will spark rich conversations on a broad range of topics. - School Library Journal The almost holy wonder of looking into a whale’s eye is sublimely captured here in Bulgarian-born Bistra Masseva’s beautiful, dramatic spread showing a giant whale’s head looming large, with the boy dwarfed on the shore.Adelina is a ten-year-old girl who lives in a quiet fishing village in Baja California, Mexico.
Adelina has some very special friends-the gray whales-that come every year to spend the winter months and give birth to their calves in the protected lagoon near her home.
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