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A Lobster Lesson by Rolla Donaghy and Lynne Donaghy

A Lobster Lesson

by Rolla Donaghy and Lynne Donaghy

24 pages
A fishing fleet waits to go out on the ocean as a Captain in the bay prepares his boat to check lobster traps. The opportunity to go with him is exciting for children visiting the shore. A Lobster Lesson is a nature, non-fiction story for age 6-12 and ESL with photographs that depict rules of lobster fishing and safety in a marine environment.

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Category: Children
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About the Book
As the morning fog lifts on the ocean, a fishing fleet is ready to go out to work. Birds wait quietly nearby to follow the boats. Meanwhile, in the bay, the Captain of a smaller craft is preparing to check his lobster traps. The opportunity to go on his boat is exciting for children visiting the sea shore.

A LOBSTER LESSON is a non-fiction nature story with action, concepts and vocabulary suitable for Beginning and Intermediate Readers, students ages 6 to 12, and ESL. Colorful photographs reveal regulations and facts about lobster fishing and show the care required when being in a marine environment.

 

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About the Author
Canadian author, Rolla Donaghy grew up in Toronto where she studied theatre arts and music. She worked as an educator in Toronto, Boston and Honolulu with a specialty in reading development.

 

 

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