A platypus and a beaver who love surfing encounter a shark -- with unexpected results. Using just the one word "dude" this almost wordless picture book shows how much gnarly fun the dudes have surfing together.
From the enormous whale shark to the legendary great white to the enigmatic goblin shark to the small cookie-cutter shark, Slickety Quick is a delightful frenzy of shark mayhem. Mysterious species such as the camouflaged wobbegong and the elusive frilled shark share the waters with better-known blue and nurse sharks, each commemorated in a poem by Skila Brown and illustrated by Bob Kolar. Sneaky shark facts ripple through each spread to further inform...
Dive into shark-infested trivia and school your brain with quizzes that are perfect for Shark Week and anytime you want to make waves.
You call yourself a shark a-fish-ionado, but how well do you really know the ocean's ultimate predator? Test your intelligence with these interactive quizzes packed to the gills with fun facts.
• Do sharks sleep?
• Can sharks see in color?
• Can you hypnotize a shark?
• How far away can a shark detect its...
Clark the Shark makes his I Can Read Comic debut! Featuring a bold new comic style by Guy Francis and easy-to-read text by Bruce Hale, this Level One I Can Read Comic will have beginning readers ready to take a bite out of reading! Clark the Shark is excited about the School Sing! He can't wait to sing. La-la-laaa! But when Mrs. Inkydink asks the class to sing and dance at the same time, Clark discovers that doing two things at once can be really...
When Sara and her friends arrive at her family's Louisiana lake house, they quickly strip down to their swimsuits for a weekend of sexy fun in the sun. But they soon discover the lake is infested with hundreds of flesh-eating sharks, and a few equally dangerous human predators, that turn their killer vacation into a bone-crunching battle to stay alive!
The Southwest Australian coast near Perth is the shark attack capital of the world. Last summer saw a record number of five fatal shark attacks. Australians love to swim, surf and dive, but many are now scared to enter the water. The situation has become so desperate that the authorities have implemented radical measures – sharks found near beachgoers can now be hunted and killed.