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Shark lady : the true story of how Eugenie Clark ... Read More

Keating, Jess,(author.).
Miguens, Marta Alvarez,(illustrator.).

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Prince Rupert Library J 597.3 Keat (Text) 33294002075794 Juvenile Non-Fiction Volume hold Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781492642046
  • ISBN: 1492642045
  • Physical Description: 32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Publisher: Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2017.

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Subject: Clark, Eugenie > Juvenile literature.
Ichthyologists > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Marine biologists > United States > Biography > Juvenile literature.
Sharks > Research > Juvenile literature.
Topic Heading: 'SLIDE' > KDPL

  • Baker & Taylor
    At 9 years old, Eugenie Clark developed an unexpected passion for sharks after a visit to the Battery Park Aquarium in New York City. At the time, sharks were seen as mindless killing machines, but Eugenie knew better and set out to prove it. Despite many obstacles in her path, Eugenie was able to study the creatures she loved so much. From her many discoveries to the shark-related myths she dispelled, Eugenie's wide scientific contributions led to the well-earned nickname "Shark Lady"--
  • Baker & Taylor
    Chronicles the life and career of Eugenie Clark, an icthyologist who overcame many obstacles to study and dispel myths about sharks, the creatures she loved so much.
  • Baker & Taylor
    A lavishly illustrated portrait of shark scientist Eugenie Clark describes the childhood fascination that prompted her challenge of negative perceptions about sharks throughout her career, revealing how she overcame gender barriers to make remarkable discoveries and promote conservation.
  • Sourcebooks Inc.

    One of New York Times' Twelve Books for Feminist Boys and Girls!

    This is the story of a woman who dared to dive, defy, discover, and inspire. This is the story of Shark Lady. One of the best science picture books for children, Shark Lady is a must for both teachers and parents alike!

    An Amazon Best Book of the Month
    Named a Best Children's Book of 2017 by Parents magazine

    Eugenie Clark fell in love with sharks from the first moment she saw them at the aquarium. She couldn't imagine anything more exciting than studying these graceful creatures. But Eugenie quickly discovered that many people believed sharks to be ugly and scary—and they didn't think women should be scientists.

    Determined to prove them wrong, Eugenie devoted her life to learning about sharks. After earning several college degrees and making countless discoveries, Eugenie wrote herself into the history of science, earning the nickname "Shark Lady." Through her accomplishments, she taught the world that sharks were to be admired rather than feared and that women can do anything they set their minds to.

    An inspiring story by critically acclaimed zoologist Jess Keating about finding the strength to discover truths that others aren't daring enough to see. Includes a timeline of Eugenie's life and many fin-tastic shark facts!

    The perfect choice for parents looking for:
  • Books about sharks
  • Inspiring nonfiction narrative books
  • Role model books for girls and boys
  • Kids STEM books

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