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Combat-Fishing® Book Series:
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Have you ever wondered how fish, whales, dolphins, seals, turtles, plants, and many other things relate? In this fully illustrated book, you will learn what fish eat, and how knowing what they eat can answer many questions. You will learn to draw a food web, linking the species together to understand how an ecosystem works. Thirty-two fish based food webs (freshwater and oceanic) are included, with a question for each, and answers at the end of the book. Over seventy species of fish, whales, dolphins, crustaceans, and other animals are used and illustrated. From fifth grade to graduate school, every reader will learn something inside. What do sea dragons eat? Why do Orcas sometimes kill great white sharks? What to fruit trees have to do with pink dolphins? Why do snappers follow manatees? Why are crayfish good for recycling? Why are sea turtles important for blue marlin? Why should California crab lovers thank sevengill sharks? Suitable as an added text for biology courses, this book might also make the reader a better angler, and allow you to see the watery world around you very differently. Want to know how silver carp affect walleye? Why orcas kill white sharks? How planting fruit trees affects pacu?
Heres an excerpt: "... Paige's Book Of Fishes And Whales captivates its young readers ages 2 through 9 with amazing information about these sensational creatures, their lives, habitats, and appearances. A handy booklet that can easily serve as a child's visual identification guide, Paige's Book Of Fishes And Whales is very highly recommended as a showcase for children with an interest in ecology and habitat of fish..."
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The previous book focused primarily on fishes, with two whale species. This one focuses on marine mammals, sea cows (mantees and dugongs) and seven species of dolphins world wide. It is essentially a tale of friendly encounters between these species (a little license is used here), showing a few of the great variety of dolphins and their relatives, from river dolphins to open ocean dolphins to shallow water dolphins. All animals are shown in real world ecosystems accompanied by the species they would share a habitat with (example dolphins, tuna, sardines, and shearwaters; or manatees, shrimp, sheepsheads, and snappers). At the end of the book is a review of each dolphin, sea cow, or fish, and a suggestion for the read to (or reader) to find each dolphin, fish, and seacow in the pages of the book. Two of the dolphins are harder to find than the others! The pictures and story will get a smile from even the youngest or oldest audience, though it is fun for both reader and listener.
ISBN-13: 978-1456505752 ISBN-10: 1456505750
Antarctica is a land full of life! See how seals, penguins, whales, petrels, colossal squid, and many fishes from anti-freeze blooded icefish to toothfish, make the lands and waters near this frozen continent a home. Readers of all ages, and those reading to youngsters, will learn something about the species and how they interact. A simple map inside shows key geographic features, and a picture based species index makes the book active for all.
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The deep sea is ready for you to explore! Beyond the sunlight, deep away from view is a barely discovered world of forgotten fishes, swimming giants, colorful lights, and interesting animals. This book takes the reader or listener miles into the oceans, to sharks, fishes, squid, shrimps, jellies, and others. A picture-based species index makes the book fun and active for everyone. Anyone (even grown-ups) can learn about this dark world of life. Join the journey and prepare to learn!
ISBN-13: 978-1456565725 ISBN-10: 1456565729
Explore the mighty Amazon River! Take a trip down the Amazon and see piranhas, anacondas, arapaima, oscars, pufferfish, catfish, caimens, turtles, otters and dolphins. This book shows the reader (or those being read to) the habitats and some of the myriad of species that inhabit this still mysterious river system. The reader will see how the species interact, where they live, and learn about the fishes, reptiles, and water mammals that call the mighty Amazon home. At the beginning is a simplified map, and at the end of the book is an identification guide to the fourty-four kinds of fishes and animals inside, and challenges the reader to find them all.
California has a wonderful diversity of ocean worlds, from mountain rivers and deltas, to beaches, to kelp forests and deep sea. This book includes a variety of these worlds, with thirty-six species of fish including sharks, halibut, tuna, sea bass, beautiful Garibaldi Damselfish, rock fish, and salmon. With these fish, are whales, sea otters, seals, sea lions, sea urchins, lobsters, sea stars, and crabs. All are shown in real world ecosystems, as you might find them. An identification guide is included, and challenges the readers and listeners to find all the fishes, mammals, and invertebrates in the book, or in the wild. Appropriate for kids of any age, and fun for kids from 1 to 101. Younger kids will enjoy the colorful pictures and calming story, older kids will learn basic ecology and marine biology. Even adults will learn something new about the California Ocean.
Description: A world of colorful and fantastic fish and animals await in Benjamin's Coral Reefs, the seventh book in the Fishes and Whales Series. Readers, or those read to, from 0 to 110, will learn all about coral reefs and the fish that live around them. Seventy-two species of fish, sea turtles, sea snakes, anemones, sea fans, and corals of many types are shown in real world ecologies, with sharks, butterflyfish, groupers, snappers, ballyhoo, jacks and trevally, damselfish, angelfish, and lionfish, among them shown as they live. Around the world in 28 pages, from the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean, to the Great Barrier Reef, to the Hawaiian Islands, to the Central American Pacific islands, to the Florida Keys and Caribbean. A handy fish identification guide, detailed enough to match against real fish in the wild or aquarium, is at the end, and the reader can hunt for the fish in the pages inside. Young children will enjoy the colorful pictures and calming blues, older children the science and wildlife. Learn and discover coral reefs and enjoy the wonders they have to explore.
A children's coloring book with dozens of kinds of fish, squid, whales, dolphins, seals, penguins, amphibians, caimans, turtles, snakes, salamanders, and otters. What makes a fish, reptile, mammal, mollusc? What eats what? How do lakes get water? How does a fish live? How do oceans get salt? What is a toothed whale? Many nature, ocean, animal, and river questions answered inside. Coloring fun and nature learning at once.
Poor Buck's Trial is a short fictional story set in the middle twentieth century, about an innocent misunderstanding. The word 'trial' has multiple meanings, and a child (the storyteller) can pick the wrong one. Since the child also loves a dog (Buck), a 'Dog Trial' has special meaning. The story covers both how the child experiences a normal weekend, has a very bad dream, and learns something new. The story is made to be read to younger children, and be read by children 9-14 years in age. Anyone who loves the outdoors, loves fishing, and loves dogs, will find it fun. Note: Any reader will also suffer through my pencil drawings as well, since the story is set before the age of computer graphics!
Available electronically: Click here for the Kindle version.
Ever wonder what your pup does when you leave? Meiklo is a curious and playful Rat Terrier dog, who enjoys a few hours alone in the house. This book has twenty colorful drawings of this active pooch as he plays with his squirrel toy, barks at, then hides from, the garbage truck, looks around for adventure, and naps in blankets. Simple vocabulary and language makes this a good read for new readers, and the puppy makes the story fun for even the smallest tykes. A good read for anyone who likes silly dogs. The e-book is interactive. At the end of the Print book are simple steps on how to draw dogs.
Available as an e-book: Click here for the Kindle version.
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