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Shark Lady: True Adventures of Eugenie Clark Paperback – January, 1978
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There is a character named Eugene Clark, She is a pretty interesting girl. She loves looking at fish, she is very interested in learning about fish. Her mom understood how much Eugine likes fish, so every week on Saturday her mom would take her to an aquarium in the city. She would just walk around for hours looking at the fish. No one really knew why she liked fish so much, but that doesn’t matter. Eugene has always wanted to go diving with the fish. One day she asked her mom if she could have her own aquarium at home. Her mom Would bring her a new fish almost every day, Eugene was pretty surprised on how much fish she collected. Once she reached college, She knew that she wanted to be a ichthyologist.
I liked this book because it was a fun book to read. At times it was kind of boring, but the boring parts go by really fast. I liked how the book told about what happened when she was in elementary school and college, It also told about what happened after college. But if you want to know what happens you have to read the book yourself. I would recommend it for any age actually, but its probably a better book for 6TH-7Th graders. I’d give it a three out of five star rating, because it was a fun and interesting book. But at times it was boring for me, you could have a different opinion. Written by Destiny, 7th grade
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This book has inspired my 4 year old daughter so much! Her new goal is now to be a scuba diver and she is more determined than ever during her swim lessons. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Philip M Schrader
I loved it as a kid, and love it as an adult, too. I bought it for my daughter to do a biography book report for school. She loved it, too!Published on April 22, 2013 by ****
My 11 year old, future Marine Biologist, picked Eugenie Clark for a Biography project for school. She loooooved this book. Easy reading and Inspiring. Great role model for girls.Published on January 18, 2013 by RChavez291