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World Without  Fish by Mark Kurlansky
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Dec 31, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, middle-grade, nature-connection, nonfiction

Kurlansky explores the history of fishing, today's problems, and potential solutions to help our oceans recover. Using interspersed passages of large, colorful text and a graphic novel page to end each chapter, Kurlasky breaks up what could be a boring text with a lot of visual interest.

This is a great book to hand to middle grade students with an interest in environmental issues. Recommended for middle school students, science teachers, and for use in classes studying current issues.

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