Summer is here and for some that means days at the beach. The one thing that puts beachgoers on edge are – SHARKS! But, what if sharks are just misunderstood? This hilarious new book is by the same author of “Wolfie the Bunny” and “Read the Book, Lemmings.”
Jellyfish is reporting the news when a shark in the background is about to eat a fish. Jellyfish stops Shark by pointing out that he is live on T.V. and can’t eat the fish. Shark’s reply is, “You misunderstood. I was just…showing him my teeth.” With funny facial expressions, bright pictures, and tons of shark facts, this is a perfect book for a child that is a shark enthusiast or just loves to read a laugh-out-loud type of book.
And if you have a child that loves to read about sharks, check out the non-fiction book, "If Sharks Disappeared," by Lily Williams which was just voted as the 2018 Maryland Blue Crab Young Reader Award winner in the Transitional Non Fiction category which just means a book that is between a 2nd and 4th grade reading level (transitional readers) both for children reading at grade level and for reluctant older readers.
Recommended by Tracy Alexander