A Whale's World

(Author) (Photographer)
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Product Details

Price
$19.95
Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
11.4 X 8.9 X 0.4 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781459812734

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About the Author

Nicholas Read is a retired journalist and journalism instructor who has written 10 books for children including two series about the Great Bear Rainforest with Ian McAllister. He lives in Vancouver.
Ian McAllister is an award-winning photographer and author of numerous books. Ian directed the 2019 IMAX film Great Bear Rainforest and co-wrote the film's tie-in book, Great Bear Rainforest: A Giant Screen Adventure in the Land of the Spirit Bear. A recipient of the North American Nature Photography Association's Vision Award and the Rainforest Action Network's Rainforest Hero Award, he and his wife, Karen, were named by Time magazine Leaders of the 21st Century for their efforts to protect British Columbia's endangered rainforest. The co-founder of Pacific Wild, a Canadian nonprofit wildlife-conservation group, Ian lives with his family in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.

Reviews

"A Whale's World adds another aspect to the interest in and understanding of this environment allowing the reader to see how each component of the community is integrated into the whole. Definitely worth adding to the collection for a complete picture. Highly Recommended."--CM Magazine
"Enthralling…Highly recommended for both school and public libraries as well as a gift for any child…Would be a welcome addition to any study unit about the natural environment, the food chain, and the interconnectivity within ecosystems."--Resource Links
&quotEye-catching images…Another attractive nature book.&quot--Kirkus Reviews
"Beautifully illustrated with Ian's wildlife photography, this book is suitable for elementary school classrooms."--Canadian Teacher
"Provides a serviceable starting point for young readers studying the region."--The Horn Book Online