The Ocean's Way

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What begins as a light-hearted adventure ends as a commitment when eleven year old New York City girl Holly's passion for poetry leads her to study marine life in Florida. She participates in a heart-wrenching rescue of pilot whales. She grows and changes for the better. Holly now understands how the balance of nature insures the continuity of all species. For middle school readers ages 10-12. More

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About Elaine Donadio

Author and Reading Specialist at New York City Schools, Elaine Donadio is a New York City girl by birth and by choice. Her characters reflect the urban lifestyle. She writes about what she loves and spends hours researching facts so her books feed your head, your heart and your soul. She's concerned about the effects of human carelessness on the world in which we live.

Learning is the point but better viewed through the wondering eyes of a character whose experience communicates information and feelings as the world unfolds its secrets. You'll meander through facts, following a path that gently leads to what was previously unknown. Like a flower blooming in unhurried stages, you'll learn about our world in the context of personal experience.

About the Series: The Montgomery School Kids
New York City middle grade students grapple with self-esteem issues, the give-and- take of friendships, as well as family, social and school pressures and problems.

They experience change and growth in daily life and adventures in travel. These books can stand alone or be read sequentially.

The Science Project- Nestor & Phil in New York City.

The Ocean's Way- Holly & Jasmine in South Florida.

Who Do Voodoo?- Phil & Nestor in New Orleans.

Also in Series: The Montgomery School Kids

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Review by: novandrea on Nov. 28, 2014 :
It was wonderful to continue with the same characters as The Science Project, written by the same author. I love the idea of introducing kids to environmental concerns in a relatable way.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
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