The longshoreman :a life at the water's edge

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A yellow cover depicting a silhouette face

This book combines autobiography and natural history, impassioned argument and state-of-the-art oceangraphy. It follows the author from stream to river, from pond to lake and loch, from shore to deep sea, on a journey from childhood to adulthood spent in boats in contains fair and foul. The book also explains what it is like to be a lobster; how some fish commute between the surface and the darkest depths, and the fate of the wild salmon, that heroic fish whose future is now imperiled by its farmed relatives.

  • Author: Richard Shelton
    Read by: Jon Cartwright
    Run time: not stated
    Number of CDs: 1
     

Warning

Contains swear words

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This DAISY book is made to order and is non-returnable, unless faulty. It is packaged in a clear DVD case (no braille markings).

  • Format Audio - DAISY
  • Genre Autobiography
  • Medium CD

This DAISY book is made to order and is non-returnable, unless faulty. It is packaged in a clear DVD case (no braille markings).

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