EVERYTHING FAMILY &
"Mother of Family Ideas"
of Dolphins Dancing
Written and Illustrated by
For all ages and especially
recommended for children 7-10
32 pages, 8 3/4" x 11
Full color illustrations
printed on recycled paper
This workbook to
accompany Dreams of Dolphins Dancing include
activities related to Science, Environmental Action, Social
Studies, Geography and Vocabulary, Interconnectedness,
Communications and Recycling ideas. 8 Pages
shipped within 72 hours
by Joan Bourque
Joan Bourque is well know for the wall
murals she paints in schools and other locations where
children are present. For example of some of her murals, look
below. To contact Joan for painting a mural, call Kas Winters
or e-mail Kas at:
This is a "must have" book for every child's
library. Order yours today.
of Dolphins Dancing
Remarkable Ocean Adventure
In this wonderfully illustrated children's book is a wildlife adventure story
where a young girl's ocean experience reveals
intricate balances within nature. Real life watercolor
illustrations and stories of reef creatures and habitats lead
the way for readers to understand the importance of caring for
our planet's future. Characters include dolphins and
inhabitants of island cultures who impart ideas of individual
participation in the web of life. A companion educational
workbook is available for learning and promotion of discussion
within the classroom and family. The book comes with a coupon
to donate $1 of the purchase price to a dolphin protection
Web of Life
Joan Bourque is available for awesome
Contact Kas Winters at 602-789-9240
or e-mail Kas at: email@example.com
Joan Bourque is one of the
in Eileen Birin's book,
Ahead. Self Publish.
About the Author
Joan Bourque, author and
illustrator of Dreams of Dolphins Dancing, is an accomplished
artist who received her Fine Arts Degree at Ohio Weslayan.
Upon graduation, she moved to New York City where she worked
as an artist for six years. Her work was shown in galleries
She went to Saba for scuba
diving lessons and quickly fell in love with the island. She
befriended the children on this island of 1000 inhabitants,
taught art in the schools and began painting in watercolors.
On a trip to Lighthouse Reef,
the farthest atoll of Belize in Central American, she dove
with a lone wild dolphin who frequented the lagoon waters near
the resort. She returned a year later to volunteer her time
with a dolphin research project.
became aware of the tragic mass endangerment of so many ocean
animals and was inspired to write Dreams of Dolphins
Dancing. Her goal is to bring awareness and love for
nature through exciting adventures of young people and to
encourage young people to discover their own personal way of
understanding the environment, thus serving their own future.
American Bookdealers Exchange
Children's Book of the Year 1996
"Rarely does a book
come along that has the potential to inspire children on as
many levels as does Dream of Dolphins Dancing.
Environmentally correct, vividly descriptive narrative
stimulates curiosity and promotes an early love of sea life.
Professionally painted, full page illustrations celebrate the
undersea world in visual explosions that call to children's
senses and awaken emerging imaginations and fantasies.
But it is the
gentle flow of the tale itself , that piques children's
interests while sending a strong emotional message that calls
each child to personal environmental action.
This very special book is
sure to tug at heart strings of young and old alike as it
empowers the human spirit to dare to believe that maybe, just
maybe one very small person really can make a difference. To
share this book with your family is to embark on an adventure
that might just change your life"
Lisa Feeney, MSEdu, mother, scuba diver, teacher