Are your children obsessed with sharks? These apex predators are a diverse and varied group. My son has had an intense fascination with shark science for years! If your kid loves sharks, then you’ll want to read the new picture book about how to survive as a shark to them.
Also, this book MUST be read aloud in a Pirate voice…
You know like, “Yo-ho-ho” and “ARRR Me Mateys!”
I’m pretty sure it’s a law or something.
A Picture Book About Shark Science
Why, do you ask?
A shark that also happens to be a pirate is explaining to a group of young sharks how to survive in the great big ocean.
Oh yes, your kids will be learning some intriguing facts about sharks from a shark pirate perspective.
“Avast Me Hearties!”
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Connecting With Kids Through Picture Books
How to Survive As A Shark is a fun and engaging picture book that gives your kids the scoop on shark facts. We are talking everything from the fact that sharks don’t have tongues to the fact that their taste buds are in their throat!
That’s pretty cool, right?
This is a seriously great book for younger kids because of the fun factor and for slightly older kids because of the fantastic shark facts that they’ll learn.
How to Survive As A Shark: A Shark Science Book
How to Survive As A Shark was a big hit with my science-loving and shark-loving kids. They actually learned facts that they didn’t already know…
That’s saying something because they pride themselves on knowing All. The. Things. about sharks.
“Shiver Me Timbers!”
My children and I LOVED this book. The shark science was sound and fascinating. Plus I got a chance to perfect my Pirate voice. So, I’d call that a win/win.
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Mother of 3 says
This sounds adorable! My middle son has read every shark book our library has (and pretty much every book we can find on interlibrary loan too). We’ll have to start looking for this one! Pinned.
Erin Vincent says
Your kids are Shark scientist too?! That’s awesome…and sometimes tiring because they’ve read everything the library has on sharks, ha! This book was really great and so glad we’ve added it to our collection.