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World Water Watch

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Otters drifting in kelp in frigid Alaskan seas; humpback whales circling the island of Maui; sea turtles paddling through the ocean off Mexico. Learn how people's actions can harm these and other magnificent creatures, and learn how people can help.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 1st 1993 by Greenwillow Books
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Darrielle
Apr 06, 2011 Darrielle rated it it was amazing
Going Green. Incorporate science and reading/writing. The sensitive rhyme of this book encourages readers to care for the earth and its inhabitants. We learn of sea otters in Alaska and how they are in danger in their natural homes from oil spills, sea turtles that are in jeopardy, to penguins and much more. This book lends itself to make persuasive writings about how we can protect the animals,and science lessons about animals and their habitats and how we can protect them.
Amanda
Sep 06, 2008 Amanda rated it liked it
This book is about the ocean water creatures right and fight to survive the pollution and dangers of humans have put on the earth. I like that it helps teach children about our environment.
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