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Oil Spill! By Melvin Berger

Oil Spill! By Melvin Berger This book tells the story of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker

This book tells the story of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spill with bright illustrations and simple sentances to engage young readers. It explains why oil spills happen, how they are cleaned up and what effects the spilled oil has on our ocean plants and wildlife.

Berger, Melvin, and Paul Mirocha. Oil Spill! New York: HarperCollins, 1994. Print.

Great White Sharks (Animal Predators) by Sandra Markle

Oil Spill! By Melvin Berger This book tells the story of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker

Great white sharks are fascinating and this book will get kids excited about them. Great Whites are one of the biggest predators in the ocean and they are an even bigger part of the food chain. This book gives interesting information about these amazing creatures. The pictures are captivating and the text is leveled for young readers.

Markle, Sandra. Great White Sharks, Animal Predators. Minneapolis: Carolrhoda, 2004. Print.

Who Eats What by Patricia Lauber

Great white sharks are fascinating and this book will get kids excited about them. Great Whites

This science book is a great resource for teaching students about the complexities of the ocean food web in simple terms. Students will learn that every link in the food web is important and every organism depends on another is some way. This book will help students make connections and see the bigger picture.

"Who Eats What?" Who Eats What? N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Apr. 2016.

Makers and Takers

This Book Uses The Ocean As A Backdrop To Define Food Webs And Identifying The Animals

This Book Uses The Ocean As A Backdrop To Define Food Webs And Identifying The Animals Who Act As Predator, Prey, Or Both.

Hooks, Gwendolyn. Makers and Takers: Studying Food Webs in the Ocean. Vero Beach, FL: Rourke

 

Pub., 2009. Print.

 

Ocean Mammals by Elaine Landau

This Book Uses The Ocean As A Backdrop To Define Food Webs And Identifying The Animals

This is a great book to reference when teaching about ocean mammals. It has a glossary of “ Words to Know” and clarifies subject specific vocabulary. The book encourages independent student with a “ Learning More” section with resources. Students will enjoy the vivid pictures and fun facts.

Landau, Elaine. Ocean Mammals. New York: Children, 1996. Print.