Thursday, April 7, 2011

A World Without Fish - GIVEAWAY - CLOSED - WINNER ANNOUNCED

WORLD WITHOUT FISH by Mark Kurlansky, acclaimed author of the bestsellers Cod and Salt is for moms, nature-lovers, foodies, pet owners, Kurlansky fans, and anyone who wants an overview of the circumstances facing our oceans.  WORLD WITHOUT FISH will be available April 18, 2011.

WORLD WITHOUT FISH is a family book—Mark’s 10-year-old daughter and fishing companion, Talia, vetted each chapter to ensure that it would be equally enjoyable to children and adults—that explains how and why the fish we commonly eat and see in aquariums could become extinct within 50 years, and what we can do to prevent that from happening. This important book is:


— A seafood lover’s guide to safe and sustainable menu options and where to find them

— The cool children’s pick of the season that includes an 11-page full-color comic interwoven

throughout the book

— A great teaching tool for parents and educators

— A timely look at the impact of oil spills on the ocean environment (the anniversary of the Gulf

Oil Spill is 4/20, two days after publication)

— An engaging history of fishing

— An inspiring, user-friendly handbook filled with things we all can do to help save fish

— A fascinating crash course on the state of our oceans


Some Fun Facts from WORLD WITHOUT FISH:


There is no such thing as a true Chilean Sea Bass. The fish we know as the Chilean Sea Bass is actually a Patagonian Toothfish, which is not a bass at all, and, for that matter, not necessarily from Chile. Since a “Patagonian Toothfish” doesn’t sound very appetizing, the alternate name was created to market the fish internationally.


Mammals usually give birth to one to six babies. A bird will lay this many eggs. A fish will lay millions of eggs. For years, people assumed that this meant that fish have millions of babies. Only recently have scientists come to understand that a fish will usually have only one to six surviving babies, just like a mammal or a bird.


The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the largest known concentration of floating trash in the world. Located in the north central Pacific Ocean (the area between Japan and the United States), the Patch is alternately estimated to be from one-eighth to twice the size of the United States.


For more Fun Facts, visit "10 Fascinating Facts from WORLD WITHOUT FISH"



We are lucky enough to be able to offer a copy of WORLD WITHOUT FISH and a beautiful poster to one of our luck readers!

Giveaways on Pink Lemonade are now easier than ever to enter!

Simply Leave us a comment here at Pink Lemonade - share with us what your family is doing to help the planet.
This contest ends Wednesday, April 13th at 11:59pm (pdst) so don't wait - enter now!

Please note:

entries received after the cutoff time will be deleted prior to drawing a winner.

Your email address MUST either be in your comment or available on your blogger profile or your entry will NOT count!! - Giveaways are open to those with a US shipping address ONLY.

Complete rules can be found on our Contest page.


Please note:  Pink Lemonade received a review copy of WORLD WITHOUT FISH for review purposes.


















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Our lucky winner in this giveaway is:


tatertot374


Congratulations!  I will be emailing you shortly with instructions for claiming your prize.

7 comments:

slb3334 said...

We recycle.

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tatertot374 said...

We recycle
thank you
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

We grow our own vegetables in the backyard and compost too!

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Miranda Ward said...

we recycle and use natural products

freebiegoddess03@aol.com

susansmoaks said...

we carpool
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

purango said...

We recycle. We help clean up our community during clean up days. garrettsambo@aol.com

Gianna said...

We grow our own fruit, veggies and herbs.