Science Comics: Sharks: Nature's Perfect Hunter Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-20 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. " said.

" great for reluctant readers who need a non-fiction book. " said.

" Let my 13 yo son and a few of my nephews read this and they absolutely loved it. They said it was fun and bright and they learned all about sharks! Received a free earc for an honest review from Net galley " said.

" I wasn't really thrilled to be picking up this book because the subject didn't really interest me. But this turned out to be more fascinating than I thought it would be. And I love the focus on trying to save them because of their bad reputation. " said.

"First Second publishers does a wonderful job of providing engaging information mixed with graphics that truly enhance the story/information. I found the information presented in the graphic novel to be both helpful and informative. I really appreciated the included Glossary and Shark Family Tree. I do wish sources for the information gathered would be included in the book. Also, some of the scientific words might be a bit challenging for readers. However, the graphics should help students figure out what is happening within the book." said.

"This is another stellar book in the Science Comics series from First Second. Joe Flood is both the author and illustrator. From the opening note by Marine Conservation Biologist, Dr. David Shiffman, to the final frame of this graphic text, *Sharks: Nature’s Perfect Hunter* doesn’t shy away from focusing the reader’s attention on human responsibility in both the misunderstanding of sharks and the threats to their existence. With mentions of actual shark encounters, Hollywood’s influence, and markets for shark fins and souvenirs, Sharks: Nature’s Perfect Hunter firmly and gently places the onus on the reader to do better." said.

"First Second Publishing's tagline is Great Graphic Novels for Every Reader, and their science series lives up to hype. Sharks: Nature's Perfect Hunter, set to be published April 2018, is worth the pre-order. The target audience is grades 4-8, but adults will learn something new about shark evolution and classification. Chalked full of scientific terms, the gorgeous illustrations will have every student turning the pages. Pair this with I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 by Lauren Tarshis. (NetGalley provided the e-ARC in exchange for an honest review.)" said.

"This graphic novel goes into different types or sharks and their enviornments. It was facinating and the illistrations really help. This is a fantastic book for middle or high schoolers. It uses a lot of the academic language and has great information in it. This would be a great text to have in a science or language arts classroom. I received a copy of this from Net Galley in exchange for a review. But when this book is released I will be buying a couple for my classroom library. This title is scheduled to be published April 17, 2018. " said.

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