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Beluga Whales

Animals of the Snow and Ice

Series: Animals of the Snow and Ice

By Elaine Landau

How do beluga whales live in the icy Arctic waters? How do they stay safe from predators? What are people doing to help save them? Learn about these rare and special animals, including facts about their life cycle, diet, and other unique features that help them survive in their icy habitat.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3459-4$24.94$18.70

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Reviews

". . . elementary students are presented with information on beluga whales in an easy-to-read fashion."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March 2010

". . . a fine addition to an elementary school library."

Puget Sound Council, June 2010

"Landau's smoothly written, well-illustrated titles are right on target for the intended audience."

School Library Journal, July 2010

". . . an excellent choice for students doing research on ocean animals."

Denton Independent School District, February 26, 2010

". . . beautifully presents fascinating facts . . ."

Eastern Washington Book Review Council

"Landau provides simple, engaging texts about unique animals that live in extremely cold climates . . . Up-close photographs of the creatures in their scenic environments are highlights of the volumes."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2010

"Nicely written basic facts . . ."

Infolink Book Evaluation Program, October 8, 2010

"Full of colorful illustrations and easy-to-read text, the book excels at packing in all sorts of fascinating information about belugas, including that belugas have dorsal ridges that enable them to break through the ice to swim freely, and that their young are born gray in color, with little protective blubber. This book and series would be a fine addition to any library. A list of fun facts, books, Web sites from which to learn more, and an index complement the plentiful information about beluga whales."

Children's Literature

". . . readers can gather a great deal of information about this lesser known whale."

Denver Public Schools, May 26, 2010

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