"Saltwater Fishes of Central California" is an easy-to-use 12-panel identification guide to 64 common and notable nearshore and offshore saltwater fishes that inhabit the diverse central coast of California from Monterey Bay to Santa Barbara/Point Conception. The highly detailed and scientifically accurate full-color illustrations are accompanied by concise text that highlights common and scientific names, maximum length, key features, and habitat typical of the species. This handy guide is durable, light weight, weather proof and easily fits into a pocket, glove compartment, backpack, tackle box, or boat console. Anglers, naturalists, students, teachers, and divers alike will find it to be an excellent resource in the office, at home, in the classroom, in the field, or out on the water. Dimensions: 4"x9" folded; 9"x24.5" unfolded Laminated for repeated, waterproof use
See George Washington as he's rarely seen-as a farmer, inventor, and scientist. All his life, Washington sought to improve farming methods and share his knowledge with other farmers. His goal to make Mount Vernon self-sufficient carried over to his goal to make the new country independent.
Â« "Should be included in library collections because of its unusual treatment of George's lifetime achievements." -Library Media Connection, starred review
Â« "Students will find this title useful for reports, but will also find it a great nonfiction read." -School Library Journal, starred review