Immerse yourself in the sea in this illustrated look at the world’s largest mammals for the littlest learners.
Simple text and watercolor art explore the anatomy, evolution, diet, and much more of these majestic ocean creatures. Captions identify different species, vocabulary words (with pronunciations), and key facts. The gray whale has the longest migration route at about 6,000 miles! A “Whale Tales” section with bonus trivia is included at the end.
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“Illustrated in bright, clear watercolors accented with pastels, this picture-book introduction could be used by beginning readers or as a read-aloud. The text is excellent, beginning with the fact that whales are air-breathing, warm-blooded mammals, and then outlining their variation in size and evolutionary history.”–School Library Journal