A young boy describes his summers spent fishing for salmon with his parents and younger brother off the southeastern coast of Alaska.
|Other titles||My Alaskan summer|
|Statement||written by Debra Page ; illustrated by Leslie W. Bowman.|
|Contributions||Bowman, Leslie W., ill.|
|LC Classifications||SH684 .P34 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||95052647|
Page chronicles the real events of her family's fishing life from the perspective of her oldest son, Taiga, making him the voice of the first-person narration. Taiga and his brother, Ryland, spend a summer assisting their parents on fishing boats in Alaska, where experience becomes their best teacher. Taiga, by neccessity, must help out, catching and cleaning fish, but the entire day is filled. Orcas are found in every ocean on the planet. But can they survive their relationship with humans? Orcas Everywhere looks at how humans around the world (Indigenous and non-Indigenous alike) related to orcas in the past, how we relate to them now and what we can do to keep cetacean communities alive and thriving. The book deals with science, philosophy, environmentalism/5. This is the final nail-in-the-coffin for "Fury of the Orcas". Hunter Shea has written some good stories, but I wouldn't cite "Fury of the Orcas" as being among them. If you're a new reader to his works, I'd suggest other novels by him, particularly the "One Size Eats All" series ("Jurassic Florida", "Rattus New Yorkus", and "The Devil's /5(29). Get this from a library! Orcas around me: my Alaskan summer. [Debra Page; Leslie W Bowman] -- A young boy describes his summers spent fishing for salmon with his parents and younger brother off the southeastern coast of Alaska.
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