ALONG OUR COAST by Margaret Miller

ALONG OUR COAST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Our Coast"" is the West coast, particularly the coast of California; this therefore has a strictly local appeal. Told in the first person, the author talks about California sea lions, the San Diego Zoo, whales, and all other sea life found along that stretch of the Pacific. There are many unusual facts mentioned, such as, for instance, that the Chinese used sting rays for shields and the California Indians used their poison on their arrow-heads.

Pub Date: July 14th, 1942
Publisher: Dodd, Mead