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In this wondrous picture-book adaptation of the sprawling classic, Allan Drummond pays homage to one of the greatest sea stories ever told. Staying as true to Herman Melville's language as possible, and taking Ishmael as his narrator, Drummond tells of the adventure of Captain Ahab's relentless quest for revenge, as he leads the crew of the whaling ship Pequod on a voyage In this wondrous picture-book adaptation of the sprawling classic, Allan Drummond pays homage to one of the greatest sea stories ever told. Staying as true to Herman Melville's language as possible, and taking Ishmael as his narrator, Drummond tells of the adventure of Captain Ahab's relentless quest for revenge, as he leads the crew of the whaling ship Pequod on a voyage around the world in search of the mysterious and gigantic white whale Moby Dick, to whom he lost his leg. With action-packed and intricately detailed pictures that invite close and repeated inspection, Drummond gives a fascinating primer of whaling and the seafaring life for readers of all ages.


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In this wondrous picture-book adaptation of the sprawling classic, Allan Drummond pays homage to one of the greatest sea stories ever told. Staying as true to Herman Melville's language as possible, and taking Ishmael as his narrator, Drummond tells of the adventure of Captain Ahab's relentless quest for revenge, as he leads the crew of the whaling ship Pequod on a voyage In this wondrous picture-book adaptation of the sprawling classic, Allan Drummond pays homage to one of the greatest sea stories ever told. Staying as true to Herman Melville's language as possible, and taking Ishmael as his narrator, Drummond tells of the adventure of Captain Ahab's relentless quest for revenge, as he leads the crew of the whaling ship Pequod on a voyage around the world in search of the mysterious and gigantic white whale Moby Dick, to whom he lost his leg. With action-packed and intricately detailed pictures that invite close and repeated inspection, Drummond gives a fascinating primer of whaling and the seafaring life for readers of all ages.

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