Little Shark

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, May 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Little Shark is born one day in the dark deepness of the sea. Soon his mother and forty-nine brothers and sisters swim away, and he is all alone.

The sea is a dangerous place. There are bigger sharks that can eat him and fishermen's nets than can trap him. Little Shark must find food and stay safe so that he can grow into a big shark. Will he make it? And what kind of shark is he?

Swim through the seas with Little Shark. Through his story you'll discover all kinds of fascinating shark facts-- how they eat, how they swim, even what their skeletons feel like!

When he was little, Anne Rockwell's son wanted to read every book about sharks he could find, so Anne was happy to write Little Shark's story for young readers.

Anne is a well-respected creator of innumerable children's books, and this is her seventh collaboration with Megan Halsey. Anne lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Megan Halsey painted sharks for this book while it was snowing outside her studio window. Her charming illustrations can also be found in Four Seasons Make a Year; Two Blue Jays; Becoming Butterflies; Pumpkin Day, Pumpkin Night; and One Bean. She lives in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania.

 

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Rockwell and Halsey take on a topic of perennial interest in their latest collaboration, following a shark from birth to maturity while adding general comments about his teeth, skin, senses and ... Read full review

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When he was little, Anne Rockwell's son wanted to read every book about sharks he could find, so Anne was happy to write Little Shark's story for young readers.

Anne is a well-respected creator of innumerable children's books, and this is her seventh collaboration with Megan Halsey. Anne lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Megan Halsey painted sharks for this book while it was snowing outside her studio window. Her charming illustrations can also be found in Four Seasons Make a Year; Two Blue Jays; Becoming Butterflies; Pumpkin Day, Pumpkin Night; and One Bean. She lives in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania.

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