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by Pamela Ford Johnson,Don C. Reed

Download Sevengill: The Shark and Me ePub
  • ISBN 0590410075
  • ISBN13 978-0590410076
  • Language English
  • Author Pamela Ford Johnson,Don C. Reed
  • Publisher Scholastic (November 1987)
  • Formats lit doc azw mobi
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1492 kb
  • Size Fb2 1724 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 613

Strong spine with light wear and rubbing. Bright clean cover has rubbing, shelf and edge wear/ Text is perfect. Same day shipping from AZ.

Don C. Reed (Author), Pamela Ford Johnson (Illustrator). The story follows a diver at an aquarium as they decide to open a shark exhibit. Sevengill sharks are part of it and he is fascinated and feels a connection - the reader learns as he learns.

Don C. Mr. Reed does a wonderful job of showing the true nature of sharks- often shy, gentle creatures but still wild animals. I really enjoyed this book! Get it, read it, pass it along.

Sevengill sharks are part of it and he is fascinated and feels a connection - the reader learns as he learns

Sevengill sharks are part of it and he is fascinated and feels a connection - the reader learns as he learns.

Reed, Don C; Johnson, Pamela Ford, il. Don Reed, a diver at Marine World, reconstructs the birth and early life of the shark known as Sevengill, describes his experiences with her, and recounts other underwater adventures.

Reed, Don C; Johnson, Pamela Ford, ill. Publication date. Reed, Don C, Reed, Don C, Sevengill (Shark), Sharks, Divers, Sevengill (Shark), Sharks, Divers. New York : Scholastic. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Reed, Pamela F. Johnson (Illustrator).

Don Reed, a diver at Marine World, reconstructs the birth and early life of the shark known as Sevengill, describes his experiences with her, and recounts other underwater adventures.

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Pamela Hansford Johnson, Baroness Snow, CBE, FRSL (29 May 1912 – 18 June 1981) was an English novelist, playwright, poet, literary and social critic. Hansford Johnson was born in London. Her mother, Amy Clotilda Howson, was a singer and actress, from a theatrical family. Her mother's father, C E Howson, worked for the London Lyceum Company, as Sir Henry Irving's Treasurer. Her father, Reginald Kenneth Johnson, was a colonial civil servant who spent much of his life working in Nigeria.

Talk about Sevengill: The Shark and Me


Chinon
If you like sharks or have any interest in them, order this book used and read it now! It's out of print, but I hope the author puts it back into print.

This is a story kids, teens and adults can enjoy. Target audience is kids/teens but it came recommended to me by a successful Marine Biologist who found their career saving sharks after reading this book as a kid. The author should be proud.

The story follows a diver at an aquarium as they decide to open a shark exhibit. Sevengill sharks are part of it and he is fascinated and feels a connection - the reader learns as he learns.

Mr. Reed does a wonderful job of showing the true nature of sharks- often shy, gentle creatures but still wild animals.

I really enjoyed this book! Get it, read it, pass it along.
Kison
My kids love this book, they are ages 9,7,& 4. This book has led us on a search for Sevengill sharks, for which we are slowly finding more info on. This book is written so the end of each chapter makes my kids begging "for just one more"! LOL
If your kids or if any adults, have any interest in sharks and want to read something other than a boring documentary, get this book, it is filled with cool info and written quite well.
Enjoy!
Jesmi
Exciting yet down to earth story. First chapter from the baby shark's point of view.Rest of book, one learns quite a bit about what it's like to work in an aquarium.
Kaghma
An excellent adventure of friendship. Seven Gill Forever
Yggfyn
As a diver at Marine World/Africa USA it was part of Don Reed's job to swim with sharks. He fed them and cleaned their tank. At first he was afraid when he felt a scratchy stomach brush past him or saw an approaching pair of jaws. Soon, however, he grew used to the sharks. He was even comfortable with them, admiring their strength and agility. He especially cared for Sevengill, a massive brown shark with black spots and golden eyes.
Sevengill did not scare Don Reed. He began to trust her...Until the terifying day he felt her teeth. Then he realized his mistake. A shark can never be someone's pet.
From the back cover of the book.
JOIN
Read this book numerous times ( and used it for several book reports) when I was in elementary school and that was almost 30 years ago.
Tat
I'm a lawyer and author and I've read hundreds if not thousands of books. For some reason, this is the only book that actually gave me chills of excitement in parts. Perhaps it's because I know the events in it really happened. Perhaps it's because the book is so well written; the author recedes and you find yourself alone in the water with the sharks....
I really enjoyed this book. I've read it several times. It's true, which makes it even more exciting. I learned that if I ever swim with sharks, I should make sure that if my torn wetsuit has a red lining, I shouldn't let it flap around in the water!