Shark Party (Shark Princess #2) (Hardcover)

Shark Party (Shark Princess #2) By Nidhi Chanani, Nidhi Chanani (Illustrator) Cover Image

Shark Party (Shark Princess #2) (Hardcover)

By Nidhi Chanani, Nidhi Chanani (Illustrator)

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This is book number 2 in the Shark Princess series.

Kitana and Mack are back!

Mack and all the other sharks are going to a party, but Kitana doesn't feel like shell-ebrating. Then she learns a mysterious shark in the deep ocean hasn't been invited. With Mack's sparkly sharkle lighting the way, the shark princesses set off on their newest adventure into the deep sea!
Nidhi Chanani likes to dream kind and creative dreams. She's the author of the graphic novel Pashmina and the bilingual board book Shubh Raatri Dost/Good Night Friend, as well as the illustrator of the picture book I Will Be Fierce. Nidhi draws and dreams in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, child, and cat. Find more of her work at everydayloveart.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593464649
ISBN-10: 0593464648
Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
Pages: 80
Language: English
Series: Shark Princess
Praise for Shark Party:
Keeping things buoyant, Chanani tucks jokes about peeing in the ocean into this sequel to Shark Princess along withmeaningful exchanges about different preferences when it comes to being alone or with others. Glides along on a warm current of affirmation that princesses, despite their differences, are united in a love of adventure."
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Praise for Shark Princess:
"The story is overt in its message of self-love, and the digitally rendered artwork is clean and simple with calming washes of ocean blue and scattered bursts of fun color. A wholesome addition to the growing collection of early graphic novels for beginning readers."
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“Who gets to be a princess? That’s the crux of this firmly inclusive, emotionally generous graphic novel by Chanani. Readers are immersed in an undersea cartoon world where Kitana, a whale shark sporting a seashell-and-starfish crown, is the self-declared 'first shark princess.' Mack worries that [his] dangerous teeth and severe allergies are instant disqualifiers [to be a princess], but it’s his realization that expression and identity aren’t about rules or permission that make this series starter sparkle.” —Publishers Weekly