After his parent's divorce, Troy discovers another side of his father, and a new world.
“Books like this help me realize our country is so big that our
“cultures' can vary from region to region. As valuable as any field
guide. . . . Homeschoolers will love this one. A must-read for anyone
traveling to this area. This book has multi-generational appeal. . . .
This book brings this region of the U. S. into wave-splashing life.”
—Bookselling This Week "Kids' Pick of the Lists 2000"
“This exquisite collection expands and illuminates our view of the
North Atlantic coastal experience. Children and adults alike will revel
in these writings because they extoll our complex and elegant
relationship to the weed in the sidewalk crack, the vast blue sea, and
the clouds that sail overhead.”
—Priscilla Howell, Resource Librarian, Center for the Enhancement of Science and Mathematics Education, Northeastern University
The Vast Wonder of the World: Biologist Ernest Everett Just