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From the Publisher“Kudlinski has admirably captured the driving force of spirit of a shy but courageous woman in a succinct, respectful approach.”
A biography of the scientist and writer whose book "Silent Spring" warned of the dangers of pesticides and launched a popular movement to control their use.
|Chapter 1||Dreams of the Sea||1|
|Chapter 2||Big Plans||8|
|Chapter 3||Writer or Scientist?||15|
|Chapter 4||Against the Odds||21|
|Chapter 5||Roast Mice for Twelve||28|
|Chapter 6||The Sea Around Us||35|
|Chapter 7||Fourteen Dead Robins||42|
|Chapter 8||The Final Battle||49|
|About This Book||56|
Posted February 28, 2002
I may only be a child but I know a good book when I read it. I used it for a report and it gave me a great grade.It has lots of information throughout the book and also is easy to understand. This is the best book in Melleniums!!!!:)*****
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