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Shark vs. Train Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-12 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 134 user ratings
ISBN:0316378143
LANGUAGE:English

" A book any little boy would surely enjoy! " said.

" It's a cute book! I like that you can read the surface story and then delve deeper when you like, reading the conversation (smack talk) between the shark and train. This makes it a good book for interaction between parent and child, teacher and student, and older students reading together. " said.

" This one is hilarious and the illustrations are just fantastic! Too bad the humor relies heavily on the pictures and it would go right over the heads of my preschoolers at story time. I would definitely read this to 1st grade and up! " said.

" I read books to kids for a living so I am always looking for a fun read. This one is perfect. I love the premise. It has great art and will be wonderful for Kinders and First graders. There is a spread near the end that has the train and the shark jumping over a bunch of cars on motorcycles, one car has "A. Fonzerelli Leather Co." on it. Hilarious. The shark and train are "jumping the shark." I really like this book. " said.

" If professional wrestling were as thrilling as this book, I would never stop watching it. " said.

" Shark vs. TrainDinosaur vs. Bedtime&Duck, Rabbit =VERSUS STORYTIMEComing soon to a library near you. " said.

" I heard Alvina Ling speak about this book in 2009, the summer before it came out. You should have heard her say "SHHAAAARRRRRK! versus TRRRAAAIIIIIIN!"It's a great picture book. It's different, with a clear statement. I loved the spread that is meant to be turned 90 degrees since the action happens vertically across both pages. Well done! " said.

"I like this book, which pits a scary shark against a heavy train in a number of silly competitions. The first several times I read this book to my son, I struggled to figure out exactly what to say, especially as many of the pictures invite sound effects and need to be explained to a three-year-old. Now that I've read the book 50 times, though, I appreciate the complexity. Sometimes we spend more time with one picture/competition than the others, and so the experience is different every time I read it." said.

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