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A Manatee Morning by Jim Arnosky
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A Manatee Morning

by Jim Arnosky

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This story talks about what manatees do in the wild.
Source: South Hill Library
Age: 4-5
  jmcbea67 | May 4, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689816049, Hardcover)

In the Crystal river,
where the water's warm and clean,
something big is moving.
It's a swimming manatee.

Join a manatee mother and baby as they swim peacefully through the sun-streaked waters of Crystal river, Florida. Watch as they drift past a sleeping alligator and a hungry pelican. But be careful! Noisy motorboats are speeding by. Thank goodness mother manatee is there to hold her baby close and safe.

This true-to-life story by nature-lover Jim Arnosky is sure to captivate readers of all ages. The soft language and reassuring illustrations highlight the magnificence of these gentle giants and the special relationship between mother and baby.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:02 -0400)

A mother manatee and her baby swim in the warm waters of the Crystal River in Florida.

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