Sharks are a marvel of nature. Able to swim continuously around the clock, these amazing creatures never stop. From the tiny sharks to the giant sharks, there are nearly 500 individual species swimming in our oceans. Some sharks are even able to live in freshwater rivers and streams.
My 6 year old daughter is fascinated with sharks. As for me, I became a bit scared of them ever since I watched all the Jaws movies. The sharks were portrayed as man-eating, scary creatures which attack people.
When I received the Amazing Facts About Sharks, I couldn't wait to show it to my daughters. I have 2 daughters and my 6 year old is more into sharks than my 3 year old.
The pictures were nice because they're actual photos of sharks under water. The words are a bit too advanced for a 6 year old to read but she easily understood them when I read the book to her. My 3 year old on the other hand focused on the photos.
This book is a great read because it teaches a lot about sharks. Well, after reading the book, I realized that sharks aren't that bad at all. Many species doesn't attack humans and if the few do, they only mistake us for seals blobbing on the water. My daughters, specially my 6 year old, learned a lot and she couldn't wait to share the facts she learned with her classmates.
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