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This is one of the sweetest books I have ever read.
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.
A quick read that is moving and authentic. It contributes to the body of knowledge about the potential for human-animal bonding. Read morePublished 1 month 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 1 month ago by Cecelia A. Blair
My son's name, what more can I say about this. Bought it for him as a keepsakePublished 1 month 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
,I had to read this book for my summer reading. It was a good book to read over the summer.Published 1 month ago by twil5
I think this writer had a story to tell but was required to have so many words or pages. Imagery is great but you have to find the right balance between reality and letting someone... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Margaret Lewis
Pretty redundant. I think my hopes were too high. If the story was told without the unnecessary filler it would have been five pages long.Published 3 months ago by Douglas Vaughan