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Now that Peg’s pushing seven, she figures it’s high time she caught herself a whale. So she packs up her fishing rod and signs on with the whaleship Viper.

 

"A Whale of a Tale!" *

Peg was born upon the bright blue sea. A big strapping lass, Peg isn’t one to do things in half measures. Anything she turns her hand to, she’s good at. But she wants more than that. She wants big, she wants better, she wants best. She wants to be the world’s best fisherman…

Now that Peg’s pushing seven, she figures it’s high time she caught herself a whale. So she packs up her fishing rod and signs on with the whaleship Viper..

Peg is ready to catch a whale. But is the whale ready for Peg? 

An ALA Booklist Editors's Choice& Canadian Children's Book Centre "Our Choice" Selection

In this humourous nautical tall tale, Kenneth Oppel and illustrator Terry Widener have created a feisty, independent child hero for the ages.

 
 
 


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