Learn about how these captivating creatures flop and plop and call and play their way in and out of the icy waters they call home.
What’s the ruckus?
What’s that sound?
Walrus calls and songs astound –
Honk, honkkkk! HOOO, HOOOOT!
Diving, feasting, twirling – catch a glimpse of the joy found in a walrus’s icy home. Follow as it plays hide-and-seek with a friend, lounges on an ice floe, and demonstrates an impressive repertoire of sounds. Janet Lawler celebrates the many wonders of being a walrus in a story that’s brought to life through Timothy Basil Ering’s exuberant artwork. Readers curious to learn more will find a glossary at the end, along with some fascinating walrus facts: Did you know that a walrus can eat more than four thousand clams in a feeding frenzy – and that some walruses weigh more than a car?