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1. eBook Edition
978-1-5255-7689-8
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2. Paperback Edition
978-1-5255-7688-1
  • Standard Color
  • 32 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
3. Hardcover Edition
978-1-5255-7687-4
  • Premium Color
  • 32 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Target Audience:
  • Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
Categories:
Keywords:

animal superpowers, epic adventure, juvenile fiction, North American fiction, salmon spawning, undersea story, magic fish

Ghost Salmon
by Edward E. Donahue




Ghost Salmon is a series of adventures set in the Pacific Northwest. The book is about an amazing journey of a Chinook Salmon who is transformed into a spiritual being with special powers. This selection of his adventures takes place in the wildlife and coastal areas along the West Coast of Canada and the United States. The beginning of Ghost Salmon's story is first like all other salmon. The narrative of the imaginative adventures evolves with how Ghost Salmon mystically develops special powers that can be called upon. Ghost Salmon's adventures are for the imaginations of young and old alike and are based on the true natural phenomena and facts of pacific salmon and marine biology.

www.ghostsalmon.com


Edward E. Donahue photo

Author Ed Donahue is a Professional Engineer practicing in the design of salmon fisheries facilities. The phenomenon of the lifecycle of the Pacific salmon inspired him to create Ghost Salmon and his numerous adventures to share with his family. He resides in Port Orchard, WA. For more information visit: www.ghostsalmon.com

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Maria Jost is a science educator and illustrator from Tacoma, WA. Her work is inspired by the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, and the fascinating biology of local organisms and ecosystems. For more information visit: mariajost.com.

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Dennis Moore is a Japanese Fish Rubbing ( Gyotaku) artist from Gig Harbor, Washington. As a fish biologist and sportsman he sees his work as another form of preserving and sharing the memories of year-round fishing adventures in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. For more information visit: nwgyotaku.com


Contributors

Author
Edward E. Donahue
Illustrator
Maria Jost
Illustrator
Dennis Moore

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