Sam: The Tale of a Chesapeake Bay Rockfish by Kristina Henry


Sam: The Tale of a Chesapeake Bay Rockfish by Kristina Henry

Ages birth to 6 years. Sam is a carefree rockfish (also called a striped bass) who loves to eat -- especially those yummy morsels people toss to him from the deck of a bayside restaurant. And, just for fun, he even nibbles on the webbed toes of his duck and swan friends while they are eating! One day, after Sam has grown big and fat, he does not look where he is going and SMACK! He gets himself stuck -- really stuck -- and it looks like there is no way out. The next thing Sam knows, a fisherman has caught him, and our worry-free friend begins to worry.

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30 pages


Kristina Henry
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Publication date

5th August 2011



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