DK Readers L3: Shark Attack! Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 16 user ratings

" Ryan (4) loved this. Packed with information about sharks, true stories, and even includes The Myth of The Shark Prince. Quiz at back to help level 3 readers with reading comprehension. Highly recommend for any little shark lovers. " said.

" Used as part of a text set for nonfiction. Easy read but great for teaching whats this realllllly about. " said.

" A good book that gives good information. " said.

" This book is very infomative and packed with pictures, illustrations, and facts. Young readers will find it exciting and fun to read. I would recommend this for elementary and middle school libraries. " said.

" This is not for the faint of heart. The beginning stories are about actual shark attacks which are depicted in pictures that could scare some children. The second half of the book was informative and interesting. " said.

" Mommy says: This is especially cool to read when you are at the beach on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and sharks are on the brain! Parents will be pleased to know that some of the gorier episodes of shark attack history have been significiantly sanitized for younger ears. " said.

" This was a very informative book about, you guessed it, sharks. The title is a little misleading in that you think it is about shark attacks, but only he first few pages are about this topic. It then goes into how misunderstood and vilified the shark is. It talks about how beneficial the shark is and how research about sharks might lead to new discoveries in the field of medicine. I would recommend this title for a elementary or middle school library. " said.

"Excellent book that starts off describing shark attacks and one in particular against a man who survived but now works towards preventing their extinction. It describes different types of sharks, what they eat, when and why they would attack man, their remarkable evolutionary features and staying power along with the dangers that are threatening today to the extent of 1 million killed per year.

By the end of the book children may both fear and appreciate sharks as I do. A great learning tool that even includes a glossary at the end.
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