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Como me bebe orca nado By Gianni Valle
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After studying Leo Lionni’s writing craft, students delved into a huge writing project, one that would take them through the entire writing process and result in an “official”... More > published work. This has been a very ambitious endeavor and extremely rewarding. Ms. Martinez (Valeria’s mom) has played a crucial role as we have collaborated to make this a successful aspiration for our kids.< Less
Room 201 Social Studies Book #2 By 5th Grade Class of 2016
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Written by 5th grade students of Orca K-8. These 10 and 11 years-olds took a step back in time to the 1700's.
Alaska's Great White Sharks By Bruce Wright
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Over the past three decades, ecologist Bruce Wright has studied several top-level predators in Alaska, including eagles, orcas, bears, sharks and other predators. In this wonderful book, Bruce... More > reveals what is and is not known about the biology and behavior of white sharks, with particular emphasis on their occurrence in Alaska waters and role in the local marine ecology. By summarizing his work on the ecology of other Alaskan sharks, Bruce also offers a rare peek into how ecologists model the complex interactions among multiple levels of marine ecosystems and the likely consequences of human extirpation of sharks from the marine trophic web off Alaska. This book will be of great interest to anyone who works or recreates in coastal Alaska, students and professionals in marine ecology and conservation, as well as anyone who wants to know more about white sharks and other sharks, creatures which must surely rank among the most seductive of maritime mysteries.< Less
Alaska's Great White Sharks By Bruce Wright
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Over the past three decades, ecologist Bruce Wright has studied several top-level predators in Alaska, including eagles, orcas, bears, sharks and other predators. In this wonderful book, Bruce... More > reveals what is and is not known about the biology and behavior of white sharks, with particular emphasis on their occurrence in Alaska waters and role in the local marine ecology. By summarizing his work on the ecology of other Alaskan sharks, Bruce also offers a rare peek into how ecologists model the complex interactions among multiple levels of marine ecosystems and the likely consequences of human extirpation of sharks from the marine trophic web off Alaska. This book will be of great interest to anyone who works or recreates in coastal Alaska, students and professionals in marine ecology and conservation, as well as anyone who wants to know more about white sharks and other sharks, creatures which must surely rank among the most seductive of maritime mysteries.< Less