Updated: Aug 2, 2021
“Readers are quickly drawn into this episodic chronicle of community, with its unique
characters and histories, including the Aboriginal people among whom Savannah lives.”
– Booklist, Editors Recommended
“The Whaler’s Daughter is an engaging story that incorporates the Aboriginal culture, societal rules like gender roles, and a conservation message intricately describing the characters, bringing out their unique attributes and personalities.”
– OnlineBookClub, Four-Star Review
"Along with themes of protecting the environment, caring for and working with animals, The Whaler's Daughter also raises themes around the roles of women."
– MADISONSLIBRARY, Four-Heart Review