FLIPPER A Sea Lion by Irma S. Black

FLIPPER A Sea Lion

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The California coast has some protected areas for sea lion nurseries. This is a story, packed with sound factual material, about a young sea lion. One has, at the start, a sense of familiarity in the pattern, but it ends by being a better story than the average, with plenty of incident, most of it credible, in the adventures of Flipper, who became a pet of a youth who used him to train other sea lions for the circus. Glen Rounds has made the pictures.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1940
Publisher: Holiday House