Dolphin's First Day: The Story of a Bottlenose Dolphin

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Soundprints, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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This bountiful series introduces young readers to a myriad of animals who inhabit the earth's wet wonderlands.
-- A Parents' Choice Approval for 19 title book and tape series.
-- Each book includes an informative note and glossary full of fascinating facts confirmed by the Smithsonian Institution curators.
-- Read-along cassettes incorporate authentic sea sounds, such as real-life recordings of dolphins and whales.
-- Toys authenticated by Smithsonian Institution curators for realism.

Little Dolphin learns to speak, to hunt mullet, and to frolic with seaweed. But can this bottlenose baby fend off a shark attack?

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Lovely book beautiful pictures. My granddaughter loves dolphins and manatees so this is one of her favorites. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Kathleen Zoehfeld is a writer and editor of nonfiction children's books. She grew up in the Catskill Mountains, where she developed a passion for observing, reading and writing about nature. Zoehfeld is a former children's book editor and an award-winning author of many books for young people on natural history and scientific topics.

Steven James Petruccio has illustrated numerous Smithsonian Oceanic Collection titles, including Benjamin Franklin award finalists Puffer's Surprise and Seahorse Reef, among others. He has won awards for his watercolor paintings and has been a featured illustrator on Reading Rainbow. Steven resides in Fishkill, New York.

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