It isn’t easy being an awkward narwhal or a shy walrus in Miss Blubber’s School for Arctic Mammals, especially when all the other students are seals; it isn’t long before Neville and Wilfred begin to dread attending class. When a popular newcomer, Betty the beluga whale, enrolls, she brings along a fresh perspective, open mind, and kind confidence. Warm colors brighten frigid waters in this humorous tale about standing out, fitting in, and staying cool.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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