Fish On! Michigan Reviews

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Book Introduction: Johnny is on a week’s vacation at Grandpa’s lake, determined to catch a monster bass on his new casting rod. But is fishing luck or skill? If Grandpa can catch bass when others can’t, isn’t that skill? If fishermen say they “didn’t have any luck today,” aren’t they admitting that fishing is luck? Is ‘red sun in the morning, sailors take warning’ true? What’s a jitterbug? What does the food chain have to do with fishing? Why does Grandpa care if others pollute their own lake? Can you really tell how close a thunderstorm is? Without lane markings on a lake, why don’t boats crash into each other? How do crickets make that sound? In this fictional children’s story, Johnny looks to Grandpa and Dad for answers. Johnny learns his role in preserving Michigan’s unique ecology and the legacy of family fishing fun. Ages: middle school and up Biography A lifelong resident of Michigan, Julane retired from the Department of Natural Resources, graduated from the Michigan Lake and Stream Leaders Institute, and now resides on an inland lake in mid-Michigan. This is a book the whole family will read.

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