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Swimming with Sharks: The Daring Discoveries of Eugenie Clark

by Heather Lang

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"The true story about the girl who grew up to be the 'Shark Lady' and became one of the most inspiring scientists in the world"--Back cover.
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Swimming with Sharks by Heather Lang is a book about Eugenie Clark. The story explains how as a child she was fascinated with the ocean and the creatures beneath. As she grew up, she followed her dreams, and became a scientist.

Many people believe that sharks are bloodthirsty assassins. Eugenie knows something that others don't. Follow along in the story to learn about Eugenie and her love for sharks, and her other ocean discoveries.

Perfect for elementary classrooms, teachers, parents, or for your home library.

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  Mischenko | Nov 30, 2017 |
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