Hundreds of Fish by Ellen Wood
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Distressed that the baby ducks she enjoys watching are being eaten by a monstrous pike, an Inuit girl catches it and comes to understand the ways of nature.

About Ellen Wood

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Ellen Meiksins Wood is co-editor of "Monthly Review"; author of many books, including "The Pristine Culture of Capitalism "(1991) and "Democracy Against Capitalism" (1995); and co-editor of "In Defense of History" (1995). Swiss artist Monique Felix studied graphic arts at l'Ecole des Arts Appliques in Lausanne. She has illustrated more than 40 children's books-including Creative Editions' Mouse Books series, Tuba Lessons, Hundreds of Fish, Hansel and Gretel, and My Shadow-and received such honors as the Octogone Prize from the International Center of Children's Literature in France.
Published September 1, 2001 by Creative Editions. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Stunned by this turn of events, the girl's sadness does not lift, despite her parents' counsel about the circle of life, until a few seasons later when she catches the finned culprit (identifiable by the fishing lures stuck to its mouth) while ice fishing and discovers hundreds of eggs inside it.

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