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Swimming with Sharks
The Daring Discoveries of Eugenie Clark
When Eugenie Clark pressed her face up against the shark tank, she didn’t see vicious, bloodthirsty killers. She saw sleek, graceful fish gliding through the water. She longed to be on the bottom of the ocean—swimming with sharks.
In the 1930s few people dared to explore the depths of the sea, and none were women. But Eugenie wasn’t afraid. Follow “the Shark Lady” as she uncovers the mysteries of the world’s most feared fish!
Reviews, Blog Posts, Interviews
"Lang's wonder-filled narrative makes for an inspiring tale of a successful female scientist, with a decided emphasis on her successes....An excellent addition to any collection, particularly those looking to expand their stories of women in STEM." —School Library Journal
"Lang's welcome picture-book biography introduces a trailblazing female scientist....A clear, well-organized presentation likely to make readers and listeners want to know more about the 'Shark Lady' and her favorite creatures."—Kirkus Review
Watch. Connect. Read.— Book Trailer Premiere for Swimming with Sharks by John Schumacher
"Heather Lang has written another fantastic and informative biography about a strong American woman. Someone who followed her passion and beliefs and worked towards understanding. Eugenie Clark is sure to inspire young readers and young scientists!" Mrs. Knott's Book Nook—Review of Swimming with Sharks by Michele Knott
"When you read about a woman like Eugenie Clark brought to life by the writing of Heather Lang you are astonished at her accomplishments, one giant step at a time." Librarian's Quest—Deep Sea Dreams, review by Margie Myers-Culver
"Both narrative and art shine in this very cool and engaging biography." Reedarama—5th Graders' Shark Research Yields Many Interesting Facts . . . by Jennifer Reed
Albert Whitman Blog— Q&A with Heather Lang
Writer's Rumpus—Meet Heather Lang, Children's Author of Lesser-Known Women by Carol Gordon Ekster