Everything Dolphins

By Elizabeth Carney
(National Geographic Society, Paperback, 9781426308420, 64pp.)

Publication Date: February 14, 2012

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Description
Dolphins are fascinating creatures of the sea They're designed to be intelligent, inquisitive, and compassionate. Their slender bodies and pointed noses combined with the ability to swim gracefully and communicate effectively make these mammals one of the most loved animals in the natural world.
"Everything Dolphins" explores the world of these extraordinary creatures to help kids learn all about the characteristics that define dolphins, their daily lives, different species, conservation efforts, and much more. This book is also PACKED with fun facts and amazing photographs, features Expert's Corners that provide exciting, real-life experiences with dolphins from National Geographic explorers Flip and Linda Nicklin, and cool and interactive activities that add to the excitement and enchantment of these amazing animals. Page-by-page kids will get an in-depth look at these curious and captivating creatures.
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About the Author
Elizabeth Carney is a former children's book editor who now writes books and articles for educational children's magazines. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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