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  • Sharks

    American Museum of Natural History

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, June 6, 2017)
    Created in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, this beautiful board book lets you dive in and take a bite out of SHARKS! More than 400 shark species swim in the Earth’s oceans: some live in shallow waters, others far below, and some are fast while others are slow. Sharks introduces nine different sharks to your budding marine biologist—from the five-foot-long blue to the school bus-sized whale shark. Thanks to the book’s graduated tabbed format, kids can really see and compare the various size and shapes of these special animals.
  • Sharks

    Megan Cooley Peterson

    language (Capstone Press, Nov. 1, 2014)
    Big fins! Sharp teeth! Sharks may look scary, but they are simply fish! Find out all about these fascinating ocean creatures.
  • Sharks!

    Sindy McKay, Judith Hunt, Wendy Smith

    Paperback (Treasure Bay Inc, June 1, 2012)
    Children will learn all about these predators that live throughout Earth's oceans. Many different kinds of sharks are covered, along with their amazing abilities in hunting prey. The book helps dispel some common misconceptions about sharks and also helps to explain why sharks are important to the ecology of the oceans. The book also features spectacular photography and very helpful illustrations.
  • Sharks

    Catriona Clarke, Adam Relf

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 2007)
    Describes the physical characteristics of sharks, explaining how they find food, how they are born, and why they cannot stop swimming.
  • Sharks

    Tristan Walters

    eBook (, Aug. 28, 2019)
    Go on a reading adventure with Safari Readers and discover the amazing world of Sharks in this NEW and exciting educational book series for kids. Packed with awesome facts, incredible photos and fun puzzles, your reading adventure will be certain to fuel young minds and help them to become the explorers of tomorrow! The Safari Readers non-fiction books have been specially designed to motivate and teach young children and help them learn to read by taking them on an inspiring journey around the natural world. Each of the books are fully interactive and created in a way that can be easily shared and enjoyed with another, while each reading stage ensures that all 'Safari Readers' have a book that is right for them. Sharks (Book 11 in the series) is the perfect book for children beginning to read with more fluency and independence and includes an entertaining mix of images, graphics and games that is certain to engage any wildlife fan and help them discover a LOVE of reading. In this adventure, you’ll meet the ocean’s most enigmatic predator and learn… When did the first sharks evolve? How many types of shark are there? How big do sharks grow? What do sharks eat? Why are sharks in trouble? Whether helping a child with their school project or topic, motivating a reluctant reader or simply adding more excitement to reading at home, Sharks by Safari Readers is the perfect gift to support a child’s education!Explore the other reading books in the Safari Readers series or visit our website for more information. Enjoy your reading safari!
  • Sharks

    Seymour Simon

    Paperback (Collins, May 23, 2006)
    Join award-winning science writer Seymour Simon in this picture book introduction to sharks. This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 6 to 8. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books for children.If you believe the movies and books about shark attacks, you probably think that sharks are the biggest, scariest animals on the planet. But are all sharks the giant man hunters they are so often made out to be? What do they eat, where do they swim, and what do they do on weekends? Dive in and explore one of the world’s most mysterious creatures with acclaimed science writer Seymour Simon.With clear, simple text and stunning full-color photographs, readers will learn all about sharks—their behavior and habitat—in this informative picture book.Perfect for young scientists’ school reports, this book supports the Common Core State Standards.Check out these other Seymour Simon books about animals:Big CatsButterfliesCatsCrocodiles & AlligatorsDogsDolphinsFrogsGorillasHorsesInsectsPenguinsSea CreaturesSnakesSpidersWhalesWild BabiesWolves
  • Sharks

    Gail Gibbons

    Paperback (Holiday House, Jan. 1, 1992)
    Are sharks really dangerous? How many kinds are there? And how do they help the environment?From huge whale sharks to tiny dwarf sharks, this book has everything you need to know about one of our most popular--and mysterious--sea creatures. Millions of years before the first dinosaurs walked the earth, the first sharks swam in the sea. Though they're often feared and misunderstood, most sharks aren't dangerous to humans.With her signature combination of accessible, kid-friendly text and clear, well-labeled illustrations, Gail Gibbons introduces many of the more than three hundred types of sharks in the ocean, and gives concise information about their habitats and physical characteristics.
  • Shark

    Brian Skerry

    Hardcover (National Geographic, June 13, 2017)
    Get closer to the beauty and power of sharks with award-winning National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry as he illustrates their remarkable evolutionary adaptations and their huge importance to marine ecosystems around the world. For decades, acclaimed underwater photographer Brian Skerry has braved ocean depths and the jaws of predatory giants to capture the most remarkable photographs of sharks around the world. In this collection of the best of those pictures, Skerry draws on his growing personal respect for these animals to share intimate stories of their impact. Focusing on four key species—great white, whitetip, tiger, and mako sharks—Skerry's photographs span from his early work, photographing them from cages, to his recent unencumbered scuba dives. With additional text by top National Geographic writers, Skerry's images and stories encourage a change in attitude toward these top predators, ultimately showing how they are the keys to the healthy balance of nature underwater.
  • Sharks

    Ute Fuhr, Raoul Sautai

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, June 1, 2014)
    Rare attacks by great white sharks have given sharks a bad name. Although some sharks have terrifying teeth, others only eat krill, plankton, and very small fish. Discover how they find their food. Learn how the biggest fish in the sea give birth to their young.
  • Sharks!

    Animal Planet, Lori Stein

    Paperback (TI Inc. Books, Oct. 18, 2016)
    Animal Planet introduces information-packed nonfiction chapter books that are just right for pleasure reading and schoolwork.Dive inside the world of sharks with this guide to the most incredible creatures in the sea. Photographically illustrated chapters highlight kid-favorite species such as Great Whites and Hammerheads, with a focus on behavior, senses, breeding, and feeding. Sharks! is the perfect overview for developing readers ready to explore this popular animal subject on their own. Special features include full-color photography throughout, "Meet the Scientist" sidebars, and "In Your Newsfeed" articles about amazing new discoveries.Don't miss the other books in the series, including Animal Planet Chapter Books: Dinosaurs!.
  • Sharks

    Beverly McMillan, John A. Musick

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, July 8, 2008)
    Get Immersed in Sharks INsiders brings sharks and their relatives to life, with the most up-to-date information and state-of-the-art 3-D illustrations that practically leap off every page, stimulating minds and imaginations in a whole new way.
  • Sharks

    Parragon Books

    Hardcover (Parragon Books, June 5, 2015)
    Discover the underwater world of sharks. Using stunning photography and incredible actions shot, Sharks takes you on a fascinating the visual journey of theses ocean greats, revealing their incredible secrets along the way. Satisfy the curiosity of the most inquisitive minds and uncover sharks and their amazing story with this concise reference book for all the family. Features key information on the habitats, behavior, and feeding habits of sharks. Profiles the key species, including the Great White and the Hammerhead sharks. Discover how sharks have adapted to perfectly suit their surroundings. Learn about the dangers sharks encounter and how we can protect and conserve shark populations.