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Looking for Seabirds: Journal from an Alaskan Voyage (Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12 (Awards))

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A journal of the author's observations and adventures while working on a research vessel counting seabirds through Alaska's Aleutian Island chain.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published April 22nd 2004 by Houghton Mifflin
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John Sperry
This non-fiction book details Sophie Webb’s month long journey to investigate potential causes for population decline of the Steller’s sea lion. The journey has many different experts and she is an expert in ornithology which deals with seabirds which are one source of sea lions food. Specifically, seabirds are birds that live on the ocean including penguins, albatross, puffins, boobies, gannets, shearwaters, and many others.
The book contains vivid pictures and is told through a journal entry f
Apr 20, 2011 Eric rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Kindergarten through high school age readers
Weather waves of scientific observations and analogous commentary of life aboard a research vessel, on an expedition that survives nearly a month at sea, as the author/illustrator recounts variegated seabirds (as well as, other life forms) that she encountered and enumerated, while traversing the Arctic marine ecosystem. Adroitly illustrated and drafted for kindergarten through high school age readers.
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