The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book

The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book

by Jerry Pallotta, Tom Leonard

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With his signature humor and amazing facts, best-selling author Jerry Pallotta offers a creature that lives in the ocean and needs air to breathe for every letter of the alphabet.

Meet dozens of sea mammals--and a few bonus animals--in this beautifully and accurately illustrated alphabet book. In typical Jerry Pallotta style, the text is funny and engaging and often speaks directly to the reader to keep kids entertained and learning with every page turn. General facts about sea mammals are sprinkled throughout the text.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632898029
Publisher: Charlesbridge
Publication date: 02/12/2019
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 32
File size: 41 MB
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Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction, including The Crab Alphabet Book, Butterfly Counting and Colors, The Construction Alphabet Book, and The Icky Bug Alphabet Book. Jerry lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Tom Leonard has been an illustrator and teacher at the University of the Arts for many years. He's illustrated many books for children, including The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book and Who Will Plant a Tree. He both wrote and illustrated Becoming Bach. Tom lives with his wife, Rose, in the Italian Market section of Philadelphia.

Read an Excerpt

W is for Walrus. W could also be for its thick whiskers. Walrus have two tusks, which they use as tools. Tusks act like ice picks to pull walrus up on ice floes. They can be used for protection and to help dig out mussels and clams, their favorite foods. 

We can't find a sea mammal that begins with X. We looked in the library. We searched the internet, libraries, bookstores, and aquariums. We looked everywhere, but couldn't find one that begins with the letter X. We asked a teacher, a scientist, and a marine biologist. We even asked my mom. We could not find an X. 

The closest we came was Arnoux's Beaked Whale. It is a rare whale that is hardly ever seen. It swims in the oceans near the South Pole.

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