3 edition of The tale of Humphrey the humpback whale found in the catalog.
The tale of Humphrey the humpback whale
A simple rhyming text recounts how a humpback whale entered the San Francisco Bay and swam over fifty miles up the Sacramento River before being lured back to the sea.
|Statement||written by John Heus and Tom Robinson ; illustrated by Victoria Brost.|
|Contributions||Robinson, Tom., Brost, Victoria, ill.|
|LC Classifications||QL795.W5 H48 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||86124457|
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Heyday Books, - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages 1 Review Recounts how a young humpback whale entered the San Francisco Bay in and swam seventy miles inland before being led back to the sea by people concerned for his welfare.5/5(1). Get this from a library! Humphrey the wayward whale. [Ernest Callenbach; Christine Leefeldt; Carl Dennis Buell] -- Recounts how a young humpback whale entered the San Francisco Bay in and swam seventy miles inland before being led back to the sea by people concerned for his welfare.
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Humphrey, the Baby Humpback Whale: A Whale of a Tale Paperback – Octo by Nancy Pidutti (Author)5/5(1). The Tale of Humphrey the Humpback Whale Paperback – February 1, by Heus, (Author), Robinson, (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Heus, Robinson.
Tale of Humphrey the Humpback. A simple rhyming text recounts how a humpback whale entered the San Francisco Bay and swam over fifty miles up the Sacramento River before being lured /5(8).
The Paperback of the The Tale of Humphrey the Humpback Whale by John Heus, Tom Robinson, Victoria Brost | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 orAuthor: John Heus. Humphrey the Lost Whale by Wendy Tokunda is a heart-warming story about a humpback whale who became lost and stuck in the Sacramento River and how a group of scientists worked together to help Humphrey find his way.
Humphrey went from the ocean into the San Francisco Bay, and then continued up the Sacramento River/5. The Tale of Humphrey the Humpback Whale. Resource Type: Book: Author: Heus, Robinson: ISBN: Vendor 1: : MARE: a program of the Lawrence Hall of Science that seeks to increase literacy in ocean sciences through informal and formal education initiatives.
In October a forty-five-foot long, forty-ton humpback whale wandered into San Francisco Bay and for twenty-six days struggled mightily to find his way back to the ocean.
This true, illustrated story of Humphrey's adventure has been a children's favorite for more than twenty-five years.5/5(2). Book Cover & Preview Text Humphrey is a baby whale who is traveling with his mother to meet the family in the North when he is suddenly caught in a trawler's net.
Experience his terror and his amazingly sensitive : Get this from a library. The six bridges of Humphrey the Whale. [Toni Knapp; Craig McFarland Brown] -- Describes the extraordinary journey of a young humpback whale who, during the annual migration from Alaska to Mexico, leaves his pod and swims into San Francisco Bay and, after some harrowing.
Probably the most famous humpback whale is "Humphrey," who was rescued twice by The Marine Mammal Center and other concerned groups. The first rescue was inwhen he swam into San Francisco Bay and then up the Sacramento River to Rio Vista.
Five years later, Humphrey returned and became stuck on a mudflat in San Francisco Bay near 3 COM Park. The true adventures of Humphrey the Wayward whale This best-selling children’s book tells the true tale and adventures of Humphrey, a humpback whale who wandered seventy miles into the San Francisco Bay in In October,Humphrey the Whale left his pod and swam under the Golden Gate Bridge into the San Francisco Bay.
This was an exciting treat for the people of San Francisco, because humpback whales usually stay in very deep parts of the ocean.
Humphrey was 45 feet ( m) long and weighed approximately 40 tons (36, kg). This true, illustrated story of Humphrey's adventure has been a children's favorite for more than twenty-five years.
The edition has updated news on whales. Humphrey was stranded in the Delta River for 3-weeks. On Tuesday, November 5,Day 25 of a self imposed captivity, Humphrey headed back to the ocean. Thousands saw Humphrey moving at a brisk 3. In this true story, Humphrey, a humpback whale, becomes lost and swims into the San Francisco Bay, causing many efforts to save and direct him back to the ocean.
Of all the marine animals to visit the Bay Area, the tale of Humphrey the whale is by far the most famous. It all started with a small inside story about a whale lost in the bay. By the next Author: Bill Van Niekerken.
Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Humphrey, the Baby Humpback Whale: A Whale of a Tale (Paperback) at nd: Nancy Pidutti.
Based on the journey of a California humpback whale, this book follows the journey of “wrong-way” Humphrey as he finds his way back to the sea with the help of some friends. A whale-watching day at sea with a naturalist helps LeVar understand the whales’ natural environment, & practices that threatened whales.
Also find out about three pilot whales who were rescued, nursed back to health. Humphrey the Lost Whale: A True Story is a children's picture book written by Wendy Tokuda and Richard David Hall, and illustrated by Hanako Wakiyama.
Humphrey the Wayward Whale is another children's picture book, this one written by Ernest Callenbach and Christine Leefeldt, and illustrated by Carl Dennis for: Entering San Francisco Bay during.
But even whales can make mistakes In October a forty-five-foot long, forty-ton humpback whale wandered into San Francisco Bay and for twenty-six days struggled mightily to find his way back to the ocean. This true, illustrated story of Humphrey's adventure has been a children's favorite for more than twenty-five years.
Humphrey the wayward whale by Callenbach, Ernest. Publication date Topics Humphrey (Whale) -- Juvenile literature, Humphrey (Whale), Humpback whale, Whales, Humphrey (Whale), Humphrey (Whale), Whales, Humpback whales Publisher Berkeley, Calif.: Heyday Books Internet Archive Books.
Scanned in : This is the true story of Humphrey the Lost Whale, a humpback whale that swam under the Golden Gate Bridge one day inright into San Francisco Bay. As wonderful a sight as it was, having a humpback whale as big as a city bus right there in the Bay, there was trouble ahead.
Instead of swimming back to the ocean, Humphrey went the wrong way. In October a forty-five-foot long, forty-ton humpback whale wandered into San Francisco Bay and for twenty-six days struggled mightily to find his way back to the ocean.
This true, illustrated story of Humphrey's adventure has been a children's favorite for more than twenty-five years/5(11).