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Amazing Sharks!

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Did you know that some sharks can . . .

glow in the dark!
grow to be as long as a fire truck!
lose thousands of teeth during their lives!
feel electricity in the water!
Filled with outstanding photographs from the Wildlife Conservation Society, Amazing Sharks! is a new title in an exciting nonfiction I Can Read Book series. The series explores the amazing animals that share our
Paperback, 32 pages
Published October 10th 2006 by HarperCollins (first published October 1st 2006)
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Latosha Finch
This book is very informative. The reader can look at the pictures and see the type of shark the author is referring to. This book also provides the pronunciation of words that the reader may not be familiar with. If students are interested in sharks, they can read this book during free reading time. Students can be creative and make a fictional story with the information provided in the text.
Tom D
This is my sole individual debatable, opinionated, non-verified, non-official review. My non-official review is not intended to influence other book readers or future sales of the book, my non-official review is based upon my own thoughts of the book. Some beautiful photographs in this book of sharks, much work gone into capturing such images, a book I rate very highly.
Jen Kahl
This is an awesome beginner book for children who are interested in sharks, or a great book to help a child with a project about sharks. The photos are taken up close so the reader has a picture to compare the text to. The book is filled with facts about sharks; including about their teeth, reproduction, how they find prey, and how humans are hurting their habitats. It also discusses the importance of sharks in the ocean, and how trash and other things hurt the sharks and can possibly kill their ...more
Ms. Landrum's Class
I think sharks like to eat people and fish.
A great introcuction to learning about sharks for the beginning reader. Great pictures and enough interesting facts to keep kids interested.
Great pictures and awesome information! This book makes me want to read more about sharks. I hope it does the same for my nephew.
Nov 03, 2012 Marcia added it
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this is a great early reader for kids to learn on. The pictures are sharp and big. it is an introduction to sharks habitat and behavior.
it was a nice book did you no that when a sharks tooth falls out it havs rows so it will not just have a lows tooth.
I like it.
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