Coral: A Novel of How one dolphin and 10,000 whales saved the Great Barrier Reef


$14.95

CORAL, by author Antoinette Ensbey and featuring the stunning cover art by Jeremy Reed, is a lovely little novel set in the Great Barrier Reef. The book tells the exciting story of the rescue of the reef. CORAL is at once entertaining and informative, creating awareness for ocean life, and connecting us to vulnerable environments like the coral gardens of the reef.

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by Antoinette Ensbey     Illustrated by Jeremy Reed

Coral: a Novel about How one dolphin and 10,000 whales saved the Great Barrier Reef

Hotspot Great Barrier Reef.

The environmental crime of the 21st century is underway and nothing can stop it. The Great Barrier Reef is almost completely enveloped by stifling industry with devastating consequences on the reef’s diverse fauna and the living coral. In this timely tale the challenges encountered by dolphins and whales, dugongs and sea turtles, manta rays, sharks and tropical reef fish weave a surprising plot of drama and bravery.

The masterly crafted plan of action due to the marine animal’s determination and resolve, confidently navigates the life boat towards a more inclusive world of freedom and peace. Nothing compares to a new groundswell of promise and hope.

Hope for coral. Hope for the reef and hope for the world.

Coral: a Novel about How one dolphin and 10,000 whales saved the Great Barrier Reef

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