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I recommend this for ANY age at all.
The whole incident took perhaps 2 hours, and although the book is already rather short, I felt as though there were a lot of filler pages to make this into a novel.
Cox captures details about the tiniest of creatures to, naturally, the touching story of Grayson, a lost baby whale she stuggles to help.
THIS BOOK IS THE GREATEST THING TO HAPPEN TO MANKIND!!!! It was so descriptive and detailed. I could almost feel/see everything she felt/sawPublished 4 months ago by Jim Jaco
This is a wonderful story. It is one of our favorite books. A great read for any swimmer, or animal loverPublished 4 months ago by Mom of Three
A quick read that is moving and authentic. It contributes to the body of knowledge about the potential for human-animal bonding. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Topmiller
Deeply moving account not only of a mortally threatened young gray whale, but also of the rare experience of the sea which only a long distance ocean swimmer can know.Published 7 months ago by Cecelia A. Blair
My son's name, what more can I say about this. Bought it for him as a keepsakePublished 7 months ago by Janet Ostermeyer
I gotta say, the book was so sad yet happy.
I was literally doing this='^>
And Ms. Cox is an expert with metaphor and description