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World Without Fish af Mark Kurlansky
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World Without Fish (udgave 2014)

af Mark Kurlansky (Forfatter)

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The alarming true story of what's happening to the fish, the oceans and our environment. It tells how and why the fish we most commonly eat, including tuna, salmon, cod and swordfish, could become extinct within fifty years. It is a call to action. With its focus on supporting sustainable fishing it shows how from little steps to big kids and -- and must make a difference.… (mere)
Medlem:YA-Juvenile-WPBooks
Titel:World Without Fish
Forfattere:Mark Kurlansky (Forfatter)
Info:Workman Publishing Company (2014), Edition: Illustrated, 208 pages
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Oof. Good but grim, this book helps children learn about the complex relationships between ocean species and how humans, as a major ocean predator, affect the entire ecosystem. I appreciate that there are practical steps in the last chapter because I have despair-prone offspring. I mostly find seeking out sustainable fisheries so onerous that I just don't eat seafood, but Kurlansky offers an argument for why this might not be the best solution. ( )
  ImperfectCJ | Apr 30, 2021 |
The book A World Without Fish talks about what the environment would be like without fish in our oceans, rivers, streams, and lakes. It discusses a chain reaction that would be created I aquatic life. The book then goes on to discuss the dangers of catching a lot of fish and how scientist and fishermen are at odds on the extension of fish. Pollution is also discussed and how oil, waste, and by-products are killing the aquatic population. They then talk about global warming how that affects the fish as well. This book is really good for middle school students because its informing them about a current need in the planet and how our actions are affecting it. This is good because it educates students on what people are doing wrong and lets them know how they can prevent these things from happening. This would be a great book for a science lesson over pollution or global warming. ( )
  ashleyponicsan | Apr 6, 2020 |
A world without fish is a book that teaches you about what the ocean and even the world would be like without fish. Without fish, there would be a big chain of effect with the rest of the animals, including animals, except for jellyfish. There are many ways to catch fish, but catching a lot of fish can be bad, which is why the beam trawler can have a negative effect from catching a lot of fish. Fish can be small, but the bickering between Scientists and fishermen can be big. Scientists and fishermen often disagree on the fish population, and whether or not it will go extinct. Besides fishing, pollution is another way how the fish population can decrease. Some pollutants include waste, oil spillage, and poisonous by-products. There is an area in the sea called the dead zone, a place where a large amount of phytoplankton dies(from pollution) and rots. Another major factor is global warming, it affects all fish. Fish will then scatter to find cooler water. Humans take part is a majority of the decrease in the fish population and in the human population.

I really enjoyed this book, and I learned A LOT. If you don’t know a lot about fish, and are interested in how and what would cause extinction then this book is for you. It teaches in an effective way by making you think “ What if?” (at least for me). It can be a good book for adults too because they can see the results and causes of pollution and maybe people can fix this problem. ( )
  SAldana.ELA5 | Mar 25, 2020 |
Imagine a world without fish. Learn about why if we continue to do things the way we have been, fish could become extinct within fifty years.

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This nonfiction book is incredibly impactful. It has 11 sections that detail how the fish crisis started, and what will happen if fish become extinct. There are many pictures, including photos, comics, illustrations, and maps. The mixed media is very appealing, and there is so much information packed into the book. I would not necessarily say this is a chapter book, because it is swimming with pictures, but there is a clear division in sections.

I would recommend this book to older students, and even adults because I think it beautifully defines the fish crisis and what we can do to help end it.

World Without Fish
Author: Mark Kurlansky
Illustrator: Frank Stockton
Copyright 2011
Workman Publishing

This nonfiction book is suitable for grades 5+
Genre: Nonfiction - environmentalism - fish ( )
  treed9 | Apr 24, 2019 |
I highly recommend this book about climate change and Nature and the idea that we can all participate to save the world before we lose it. It is a really straight forward book in which the author (Mark Kurlansky) isn't afraid to show you the reality even if it seems horrible and harsh, it really motivates you to do something and you learn lots of things that you didn't know before reading the book because it talks about the sea and how the extinction of fish will impact us all if we don't move it ! For people who don't really like to read there are quite a lot of images and drawings and there is even a comic where you can see the evolution of life on Earth after every animal disappears. ( )
  Noellie. | Jan 20, 2019 |
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The alarming true story of what's happening to the fish, the oceans and our environment. It tells how and why the fish we most commonly eat, including tuna, salmon, cod and swordfish, could become extinct within fifty years. It is a call to action. With its focus on supporting sustainable fishing it shows how from little steps to big kids and -- and must make a difference.

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