Shark Lady

Shark Lady

True Adventures of Eugenie Clark

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A biography of the ichthyologist whose interest in fish began at the age of nine during weekly trips to the Aquarium in New York City.
Publisher: Four Winds Press, 1978
ISBN: 9780590076043
Branch Call Number: J920CLA
Characteristics: 83 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Chew, Ruth


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seki Jul 01, 2013

Credit goes to illustrator Ruth Chew for images.

This is wonderful story about the power of nature can impact one person-even indoors. This story details curiosity, passion, humor, education and love. Eugenie Clark has all that and then some. She has some hiccups along the way professional and personal, but the love and support of friends and co workers keep her going through a fascinating career.

For more information about Eugenie Clark, you can read books written by her- Lady with a Spear and The Lady and the Sharks.

I leave you with a comment featured in the book. "Study what fascinates you the most." That quote from Ms. Clark.


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