When her fifth-grade class goes on a whale-watch field trip, something amazing happens: Dozens of different species of whales surround the boat, bumping the deck and sending Isabel flying into the ocean.
Author: Hester Velmans
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Eleven-year-old Isabel is a “plain old” girl living in Provincetown, Massachusetts, who believes that she is destined to accomplish something special. When her fifth-grade class goes on a whale-watch field trip, something amazing happens: Dozens of different species of whales surround the boat, bumping the deck and sending Isabel flying into the ocean. Isabel is shocked to hear the whales speaking to her—she is a mermaid, they tell her, a “Chosen One” who has the ability to turn from a human into a whale and back again. She is destined to live among the whales long enough to learn their ways, and teach them about the human world. Living among her pod is fun, at first, but Isabel has an important mission. She will change the whales’ future forever, and learn a lot about herself in the process. From the Hardcover edition.
A fall from a whale-watching boat during a school field trip catalyzes Isabel's
change into a humpback whale and ... She travels with a pod of whales from
Cape Cod to the southern ocean, where she helps birth a calf, and in the spring
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Author: Mark Carwardine
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Commercial whale-watching began in 1955 in California, when a San Diego fisherman started taking people (for a dollar a time) to see Grey Whales migrating along the coast. Nowadays, 13 million people go whale-watching each year, in 119 different countries around the world. The undisputed hotspot – with more than half of all whale-watchers – is North America. Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale-Watching in North America is the second in a series aimed at millions of whale addicts around the world. It includes some of the world's ultimate wildlife experiences: tickling friendly grey whales in Mexico's San Ignacio Lagoon, listening to a live concert of singing humpback whales in Hawaii, being surrounded by thousands of dolphins in Monterey Bay, kayaking with pods of Orca off Vancouver Island, snorkelling with Beluga in Hudson Bay, and many more. It covers all the main whale-watching locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico; rich with photography throughout, the book will also include sections on how to watch whales (including everything from identification to interpreting behaviour), and a field-guide section covering all the whales, dolphins and porpoises that can be seen in North America. Mark Carwardine once again brings us a definitive guide, this time for all who love whales in North America.
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Author: Antoinette Isabella
Reading to a child is leading him/her into the world of a particular topic. The interpretations and explanations are fundamental in formulating a mind's image of all that is verbalized. What is read to a child is just as important as how it is read, and once a child steps into the words using his own imagination there is a stimulation that entices their want to hear more. Running alongside a lion in chase, or climbing to the very top of a huge redwood and seeing the entire world below, skipping along the ocean floor, or hearing a voice coming from a tree are just a few of the many trips your child will take in their journey through Isabella's Fables. And through the adventure there is a lesson to be learned. Unlike the fables of old, these stories are written in present day vernacular and the "moral of the story" is easily understood.
Ward's 'Swan' and 'Isabella' offers a similar example (see fig. 2.12). Ward is, by
far, the most lauded of the Hull School artists, thanks to a superiority of detail in
his work, and because he gained acclaim outside his native city, through
Author: Jason Edwards
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This is the guide to the exhibition, Turner and the Whale at the Hull Maritime Museum in Autumn 2017, which brings together for the first time in the UK, 3 of the 4 whaling pictures Turner was at work on in 1845-1846. As part of the city of Hull's year as the UK Capital of Culture the exhibition guide will bring the Turner whaling pictures into context with key parts of the Hull collections, including natural historical specimens, whaler carvings and Inuit art.
Isabel of the whales ; ( by ] Hester Velmans . ... On a whale trip with her class off
the coast of Cape Cod , Isabel , who has always had an affinity for whales , falls
overboard and ... The dangers the pod faces give Isabel and her whale friends ...
Mean blow intervals were lower at Isabella Bay than in the west (P<0.001).
However, this last difference may have been attributable to regional differences
in some of the corollary environmental or whale activity variables. Durations of
Isabel couldn ' t ever recall the military involved with stranded whales before . But
perhaps she could persuade them to assist . “ Are you here with Dr . Winthrop ' s
team ? ” Isabel asked , trying to open a dialogue . “ Are you helping out with the ...
Author: Brenda Peterson
Category: Literary Criticism
When an eerie mass stranding of whales and dolphins takes place along the mist-shrouded Oregon coast, forensic wildlife pathologist Isabel Spinner and her friend and coworker Marian Windhorse Gray covertly investigate this disaster as a crime against wildlife. For years, Isabel has kept plenty of emotional distance between herself and other humans while devoting herself to easing the suffering of animals. But when Isabel meets Marshall McGreggor, an undersea photographer whose recent transplant has him delving into the mystery surrounding his new heart, the two find themselves making surprising decisions that will forever change their lives. In this, her fourth, novel, renowned author Brenda Peterson offers a captivating love story of people whose compassion for animals compels them into extraordinary acts of heroism. Based on cutting-edge science, this powerful page-turner tackles such timely and troubling issues as low-frequency active sonar and animal experimentation and forewarns of a future of Dead Zone oceans, disappearing species, and a world with creatures whose DNA boundaries have been genetically blurred. At once prescient and poignant, Animal Heart is a haunting, highly original story of the deep bonds between humans and animals--and of our inevitably linked fates.
whale. Isabel Victoria Salas Rodarte SUBSPECIES IN MEXICO P. crassidens is a
monotypic species. DESCRIPTION: False killer whales have a long and slender
body. The head is smallish with a rounded face that overhangs the lower jaws.
Author: Gerardo Ceballos
Publisher: JHU Press
Mammals of Mexico is the first reference book in English on the more than 500 types of mammal species found in the diverse Mexican habitats, which range from the Sonoran Desert to the Chiapas cloud forests. The authoritative species accounts are written by a Who’s Who of experts compiled by famed mammalogist and conservationist Gerardo Ceballos. Ten years in the making, Mammals of Mexico covers everything from obscure rodents to whales, bats, primates, and wolves. It is thoroughly illustrated with color photographs and meticulous artistic renderings, as well as range maps for each species. Introductory chapters discuss biogeography, conservation, and evolution. The final section of the book illustrates the skulls, jaws, and tracks of Mexico’s mammals. This unparalleled collection of scientific information on, and photographs of, Mexican wildlife belongs on the shelf of every mammalogist, in public and academic libraries, and in the hands of anyone curious about Mexico and its wildlife.
Books Orcas (Living in the Wild: Sea Mammals), Claire Throp (Raintree, 2013)
Shark vs Killer Whale (Animals Head to Head), Isabel Thomas (Raintree, 2006) Whales and Dolphins (Usborne Discovery), Susanna Davidson (Usborne, 2008)
Author: Anna Claybourne
Category: Animal intelligence
This series offers a fun and original look at some of the world's cleverest and most interesting animals-from man's best friend, to man's worst pest. In Orcas, readers will discover the special abilities that these amazing animals have adapted to help them survive in their wild environment, what humans have trained them to do using their special skills and intelligence, and where their abilities are vastly superior to our own. The book also looks at how we have used technology to recreate orcas' abilities.
A sixty-ton humpback whale lies stranded, gasping for breath, on the sands of Cape Cod... and there's just one girl in the world who knows who he is.
Author: Hester Velmans
A sixty-ton humpback whale lies stranded, gasping for breath, on the sands of Cape Cod... and there's just one girl in the world who knows who he is. When Jessaloup is transformed into a boy, Isabel (now fourteen) has to teach him to walk, talk, and act human, so that together they can raise the alarm about a terrible natural disaster that's threatening the East Coast. With the calamity's deadline drawing near, the two teens must overcome skepticism, jealousies, misunderstandings, and even bad music, if they are to Save the Humans.Besides providing a glimpse into the lives and habits of whales, this long-awaited follow-up to ISABEL OF THE WHALES clears up the mystery of Isabel's origins, while exploring teenage love and celebrating the family ties that bind all species.
The bursts of pulsive sound were also similar to the sequences of complex
pulsive calls recorded from sexually active groups of right whales (Clark 1983a; S
. Kraus personal communication). At Isabella Bay, complex sounds within the
Author: John J. Burns
Publisher: Allen Press
This book is intended to be a cohesive species account of the bowhead whale. Chapters detail the Bering Sea population, evolutionary relationships and classification, anatomy and physiology, behavior, foods and feeding ecology, reproduction, morbidity and mortality, distribution and movement, population size and dynamics, commercial whaling, subsistence whaling, and the influence of man and his activities.
If the estimate is fairly precise , the catch limit will be , at most , 1 per cent of the
estimated number of whales . If there is ... has been WWF - Canada ' s work in
helping to establish a sanctuary for bowhead whales at Isabella Bay , Baffin
This book offers an exciting reassessment of Keats with particular emphasis on gender identity and sexuality.
Author: John Whale
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book offers an exciting reassessment of Keats with particular emphasis on gender identity and sexuality. Traditionally, Keats has been more readily associated with the 'feminine' than any other canonical male English poet. This feminization was always likely, given his tragically early death and the mythologizing which took place soon after. In contrast, John Whale explores Keats's writings from the perspective of masculinity and gender by placing them in the context of contemporary friendship groupings and coterie relationships. Whale addresses all the major poems and gives due prominence to the letters. In so doing, he offers a new understanding of Keats's exploration of poetry, gender and desire, and provides an extended analysis of Keats's quest for poetic fame in the face of the often conflicting forces of love and sexuality. Clear, concise and insightful, this is an essential guide to one of the best-known Romantic poets.
A third strand in The Image is woven by the announcement of another character ,
Hosty , that two whales have been driven onto the beach on the Connacht side of
the headland : the whales had been fighting . A lengthy debate follows as to ...
... ro - captain and all the other officers are out mantic ideas of ocean life , and
consent to with the boats after whales ) . ... strolls in the woods and Even
Raymond ' s sisters and Isabel Lee fields , often accompanied by his sisters and
listened to ...