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Meg Mackintosh and The Case of the Curious Whale Watch

Cover of The Case of the Curious Whale WatchOn an expedition to observe pods of whales, Meg searches for a missing treasure map.


“Meg Mackintosh joins the ranks of Encyclopedia Brown and Cam Jansen as [a] child sleuth with whom readers can match wits— but she provides the challenge to slightly younger mystery buffs.” —School Library Journal



44 pages

ISBN: 978-1-888-69501-4


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Humpback whales can be recongized by their breathing behavior pattern. Their blow is a single, straight column that rises like a fountain up to ten feet high. They will breathe every 20 to 30 seconds for two to three minutes then dive, staying under the water for periods of up to 28 minutes!