4 edition of Scary sharks found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Camilla de la Bédoyère|
|LC Classifications||QL638.9 .D4285 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012005779|
The story: One of the earliest "famous" shark attacks involved a year-old cabin boy named Brook Watson. Watson was swimming in the Havana harbor in when a shark (probably a tiger shark) grabbed his right foot. It dragged the teen underwater and chomped on his foot a second time before a sailor with a boat hook came to the rescue. When two researchers discover a colossal shark's tooth off the Mexican coast their worst fears surface - the most menacing beast to ever rule the waters is still alive and mercilessly feeding on anything that crosses its path. Director: David Worth | Stars: John Barrowman, Jenny McShane, Ryan Cutrona, George Stanchev Votes: 4,
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If you like sharks this book is for you. It tells you about all kinds of sharks. This book tells you about the dangers of sharks and the difficulties they are going through.
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Sharks – A short non-fiction book about Sharks, perfect for introducing young children to non-fiction books, or school projects and self-study for early grades.
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The text, by Mr. Skerry and National Geographic writers, is excellent, informative and s: Get this from a library. Scary sharks.
[Camilla De la Bédoyère] -- "This survey of the different shark species details their habitats, behavior, and adaptations that make them effective predators. Includes information about endangered sharks and which sharks are the. Technically, Doug Stanton's harrowing story of the men who survived the sinking of the USS Indianapolis isn't specifically about sharks.
But it's damn good reading, and a sufficient quantity of sharks are involved in the story to include it on this list. Sharks.
by National Geographic Kids. Sharks are scary, but they're also super-cool. In Scary Sharks, author Elaine Landau uses dramatic examples to explain what it is like to be bitten by a shark. Scientific information about the anatomy, habitats, behavior, and diet of the shark, along with full-color photographs and a Fast Facts section, make this a must-read for anyone who is interested in sharks and shark attacks.
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The painting above depicts a shark attack that happened in in Havana Harbour in Cuba, to a 14 year old boy called Brook Watson. The shark attacked twice before Watson was rescued. The first time, the shark removed flesh from below the calf of Watson’s right leg; the.
Surprising Sharks by Nicola Davies: From the tiny sixteen inch cookie-cutter shark to the vast twenty-nine foot six inch basking shark, this book is full of fascinating (and often witty and sometimes thrilling!) facts about sharks.
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I waas a 23 year old woman, married, and with one kid. Sharks wouldn't attack me. I dived into the cool blue waters and sprang to the surface. Several others followed, but many were to chicken because of the sharks. This was a DIVING BOAT, not a stay-on-the-ship-because-of-man-eating-sharks. Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education Animal Attack: Scary Sharks.
By Camilla de la Bédoyère. Grades.P. Genre. Non-Fiction. Did you know shark pups growing inside their mother's womb sometimes eat each other before they are even born. Fear of sharks is rooted in the brain, and can be understood by examining what Ropeik called "two biological truths" about how the brain processes information.
The first of these truths is that. Out of all the books on this list—all the derangement, the creepy events, the sheer brutality—this is the one that comes with a warning. Reprinted by Penguin as part of their project to bring the author to wider audiences, Conspiracy is a book about horror, and probably a book that counts as horror, but is not horror fiction.