Norah"s shark

  • 31 Pages
  • 0.64 MB
  • English
Wheaton , (Exeter)
StatementRobertSwindells ; illustrated by Avril Haynes.
ContributionsHaynes, Avril.
The Physical Object
Pagination(31)p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22706283M
ISBN 100080241786

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feet) long, the whale shark is the world’s largest fish—bigger than a school bus. Nine hundred meters (2, feet) below the ocean surface lives the smallest shark: the dwarf shark. An adult measures only 25 centimeters (10 inches) long.

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Sharks are powerful animals that come in many shapes and sizes. Different Kinds of Sharks builds upon children's fascination with these sea animals to teach simple information about. People catch sharks for food like the shark steaks in this picture.

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BookShark is a challenging and comprehensive academic program, offering homeschool students from Pre-Kindergarden to Ninth Grade with the chance to learn all of the required educational subjects through books. Our textbook-free curriculum helps develop creative and academically successful minds and encourages children to view the world and historical events through storytelling and not through.

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by Lucille Colandro This is an under-the-sea spin on the traditional There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly book. An old mermaid swallows a shark and much more, which will make your little ones laugh wildly — all while they learn several fascinating bits of information about sea life.

Shark, any of numerous species of cartilaginous fishes that make up the order Selachii (class Chondrichthyes). Most species have a tough skin that is dull gray in color and roughened by toothlike scales.

The mouth contains sharp triangular teeth. Sharks lack a swim bladder and must swim to keep from sinking. Facts about many sharks from the eight orders of sharks from the Shark Research Institute (SRI).

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Written at an almost fourth-grade reading level and illustrated in a cartoon style, the book's intended audience is unclear. Older students would be better served by reading a nonfiction text about sharks, many of which are listed in the back matter, including David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes's Face to Face With Sharks (National Geographic, ).Brand: Random House Children's Books.

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About this book. This fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling The Shark Handbook features an all-new, expanded feature on the Great White Shark, plus stunning, full-colour photos and a complete overview of every known shark in the world. There's no one better than Greg Skomal to detail sharks in this comprehensive, stunning field guide.

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Dr Bannister covers basic shark biology very well and includes a full list of all the families and species known at the time with in depth descriptions of many species.About this book.

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