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She leads the family in searching for salmon, teaches young mothers how to care for their babies, and plays with all the pod.Third graders will learn about how the orcas live in the ocean with descriptions of daily life.Ages: 4 to 10 Format: 32 pages – fully illustrated – 11 by 9 Paperback: ISBN 978-1-58469-172-3 Hardback: ISBN 978-1-58469-171-6 Curriculum Components: Ocean Habitat • Marine Food Web • Animal Social Relations Hodson’s debut introduces children to one matrilineal group of orcas living in the Pacific Northwest, an actual group of whales that has been studied by scientists for over 40 years.What will strike readers most is how family-like the whales are. Your special friends are two cousins and your 100 year-old great grandmother, the clan leader.You learn to play with them, face danger with them, hunt with them—and even go people-watching with them!
They were kind enough to send me their two newest books for review. Orcas are very social animals, and this beautiful book demonstrates the closeness of an orca family, one that spans four generations.The book brings in positive and negative parts of the orcas’ lives without any doom; the book is suitable for the youngest of children, making them interested without allowing them to feel helpless by premature exposure to environmental devastation.— International Wildlife Rehab Council – Kai Williams (August 2012) Can you imagine being a 100 year old Granny?This story is based on a real family of orcas that live in the Pacific Northwest and are headed by a whale called “Granny” who is believed to be about 100 years old.As a family, all of the orcas hunt, play, and travel together. Children learn that orcas need to come to the surface to breathe, how they use echolocation, what they eat and how they get it, and especially how they all rely on each other for protection and survival. Granny is an orca, also known as a killer whale, which is believed to be around 100 years old.