Whale's Way by Johanna Johnston
  

Whale's Way

Written by Johanna Johnston
Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard

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Synopsis

Whale's Way by Johanna Johnston

'That is the way of the largest creature on earth. That is the whale's way.' The humpback whales journey through polar seas, diving, spouting and leaping. As winter comes they swim through treacherous waters towards the warmer climate of the equator. Will they escape the hunters and guide baby whale to safety? Telling the story of the life cycle of the whale in a simple narrative, this is a beautifully illustrated book with timeless appeal.

About the Author

Johanna Johnston was a renowned children's author based in the USA. She also wrote scripts for radio, including for the long-running children's series Let's Pretend, as well as children's stories, retellings of myths and children's history. Leonard Weisgard was an award-winning illustrator who published over 200 children's books. After studying illustration in New York he began a successful collaboration with the author Margaret Wise Brown as well as writing books of his own. He also worked with the American Library Association in the field of children's education.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Johanna Johnston
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Publisher

The Bodleian Library

Publication date

25th September 2015

ISBN

9781851244287


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