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An early-morning exercise routine turns into a fascinating experience while a record-holding swimmer reunites a child whale and its mom. An inspiring, impossible to resist tale for every age, from the loved writer of Swimming to Antarctica.It's 5 o'clock within the morning and nonetheless darkish. Swimming open air the wave holiday off the Catalina coast, education for her subsequent long-distance swim (she has already crossed the English Channel twice), 17-year-old Lynne Cox senses that whatever is following her. She concerns that it would be an excellent white shark.Instead, it is a child grey whale, separated from its mom on their trip to the Bering Sea 8,000 miles away. Lynne must go away the water to leisure, yet she is aware that if she does, the calf will stick with her onto shore and die. to save lots of its lifestyles, she needs to reunite mom and calf within the vastness of the Pacific Ocean.Miracles ensue from time to time. occasionally we realize them after they ensue; occasionally it takes years of expertise to appreciate. in retrospect on that cold morning, a loved writer and inspirational speaker stocks her own tale of affection, wish, loss, and religion.