Chomp: A Shark Romp (Hardcover)
Did you know that not all sharks chomp? Some are gentle giants and some are small swimmers. A fun and brightly-illustrated look at the creatures of the deep!
— From Staff Picks by Jessica— Jessica
Dive in to the depths of the ocean to discover different species of sharks in this nonfiction picture book with simple text and illustrations.
Many different kinds of sharks are swimming below the ocean's surface.
Some sharks are gentle, and some sharks are fierce. Some are awake in the day, and some are awake at night. Some eat almost anything, and some are very picky.
You may not be able to visit their watery world, but you can always visit them up close at the aquarium.
Simple text and bold illustrations take young explorers on a deep dive through the ocean full of sharks.
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About the Author
Michael Paul is the author of Roar: A Dinosaur Tour. He has also worked in the entertainment advertising industry for more than twelve years, designing key art for movie releases, including campaigns for Spider-Man, Transformers, The Polar Express, SpongeBob SquarePants, Star Wars, King Kong, and Elf. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.
Praise for Roar: A Dinosaur Tour:
"Intense hues light up a prehistoric parade." —Kirkus
"An engaging introduction to the world of dinosaurs." —School Library Journal
"Paul’s approach is more playful than naturalistic, making this dinosaur primer a good choice for readers just starting to have fun with mixing colors and shapes." —Publishers Weekly
Strong character development with a plot etched in mystery elements, thrillers and family relationships, this one will keep you up at night frantically turning pages. Period details from the 1940's and set in the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness prior to the discovery of oil, this creepy tale is about sisters, family, love and sacrifice and through it all, the harsh realities of nature. Be warned -- you will be "talking" with one of the characters trying to steer her one way. - Maureen