2 edition of time the whale came to Jackson"s Bay found in the catalog.
time the whale came to Jackson"s Bay
by National Institute of Education?], For sale [by the] Supt. of Docs., [U.S. G.P.O., 1981?] in [Washington, D.C.?
Written in English
|Statement||Coast Area Planning Committee ; as told by Jeanne Evernden ; illustrated by Bruce Miller.|
|Series||The Indian reading series : stories and legends of the Northwest -- level 2, bk. 11., Indian reading series -- level 2, bk. 11.|
|Contributions||Miller, Bruce., Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Coast Area Planning Committee., National Institute of Education (U.S.). Educational Equity Group., National Institute of Education (U.S.). Multicultural/Bilingual Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
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|a The time the whale came to Jackson's Bay |h [electronic resource]: |b a Skokomish legend / |c Coast Area Planning Committee ; as told by Jeanne Evernden ; illustrated by Bruce Miller. 3: 0 |a Skokomish legend |a [Washington, D.C.: |b National Institute of Education], |c c Get this from a library.
The time the whale came to Jackson's Bay: a Skokomish legend. [Jeanne Evernden; Bruce Miller; Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Coast Area Planning Committee.; National Institute of Education (U.S.).
Educational Equity Group.]. When the whale came to my town Paperback – July 4, making the reader feel a heartfelt connection to the boy and his whale. Time does not diminish the storytelling. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States5/5(2).
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This beautiful little book describes the first year of a sperm whale's first year with his pack. The author covers the strong relationship that the young male sperm whale has with his mother and the two year dependence on his mother's milk/5.
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He preached from the time he entered the gate, Till the whole population repented and prayed. And by God's great mercy, His vengeance was stayed. Now friends, when you disobey, remember this tale, When you run from God's call, look out for the whale; Wherever God calls you is the place you should go, And He will go with you His Word tells you g: Jacksons Bay.
Whaling, the hunting of whales for food and oil. Although once widely conducted, whaling has declined since the midth century, when whale populations began to drop catastrophically. Learn more about the history and process of whaling as well as opposition to it. In his new non-fiction book Spying On Whales, paleontologist Nick Pyenson traces the story of whales across vast swaths of geologic time to begin chipping away at some of the most pervasive questions.
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The genus name Leviathan—after the fearsome sea monster in the Old Testament—seems more than appropriate for a giant prehistoric trouble is, shortly after researchers assigned this name to their discovery inthey learned that it had already been used for a genus of mastodon erected a full century before.
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In Magdalena Bay charter companies take people out to the calving lagoons of the grey whales hoping for a "friendly" experience when a whale will approach a boat and allow people to touch it.