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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Marine Life
  • Language:English
  • Pages:28
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9780999207611

The Three Little Hermit Crabs

by Joseph Torcivia

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Overview
Momma and Poppa crab have a problem. Their three crablings, Claudius, Gemma, and Albert, are growing bigger and bigger making their coconut home feel smaller and smaller. It’s time the crablings take the first big step towards independence, finding their very own shell. “Be careful," Momma crab warns them, "your shell is not just for looks, it will protect you from Hook Billed Heron!” Will the three crablings listen to Momma and Poppa and find their perfect shell or will they have too much fun and forget their parents warning?
Description
Momma and Poppa crab have a problem. Their three crablings, Claudius, Gemma, and Albert, are growing bigger and bigger making their coconut home feel smaller and smaller. It’s time the crablings take the first big step towards independence, finding their very own shell. “Be careful," Momma crab warns them, "your shell is not just for looks, it will protect you from Hook Billed Heron!” Will the three crablings listen to Momma and Poppa and find their perfect shell or will they have too much fun and forget their parents warning?
About the author

Born on July 4th, 1988 under the sign of the crab, Joseph Torcivia has spent his entire life by the sea. As a child he was snorkeling before he learned to talk. This love of the ocean followed him when he joined the Coast Guard which brought him to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. While living in St. Croix, the inspiration for this story occurred when the neighborhood hermit crab began using a PVC pipe for it’s shell. He continues his work to protect the sea and all its inhabitants including the tiniest crab. He hopes we can all join together and protect this watery blue planet we live on.

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