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Sharks: Amazing Pictures & Fun Facts

Sharks: Amazing Pictures & Fun Facts

by Sara Davis

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Overview

Sharks are fascinating creatures, not only for children. Sharks have electro-sensors that can detect electrical fields, present in all living beings. The big specimens like the great white shark, the bull shark and the tiger shark may have up to five layers of jaws. Sharks can lose up to 30.000 teeth during a lifetime. You and your child will find a lot more "fun-tastic" facts along with superb pictures and graphics.

Sharks dominate the oceans for over 420 million years. This makes them older than the dinosaurs. A shark's skeleton is made of cartilage. It isn't made of bone. The Blue Shark and the Mako are capable of crossing the entire ocean. Enter in the marine world of this ferocious predator! Find out more!

Children will love to learn and understand this great prehistoric marine creature: its origin, anatomy, feeding, habits and behavior.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506103617
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/07/2015
Series: Wild and Dangerous Series , #2
Pages: 40
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Sara Davis is a children's book author, web designer and mother who does not generally speak of herself in the third person, so...

My love for reading and writing started when I was a child. I always had a passion for it. I remember frequently wearing out the stone steps to the library. I spent a lot of time pecking out poems on my dad's typewriter, making up stories on long school bus rides, and constantly lying about stuff. Often, when I had extra time, I would write stories that would pop into my head locking myself in my room for hours. I took the long way around to being an author, but I don't regret the journey.

Now that I am older my love for reading and writing has not diminished. In fact, it has only become a bigger part of me. I am a mother of a toddler and a preschooler. They are my constant source of inspiration.

Children are such curious creatures. They explore, question, and wonder, and by doing so, learn. From the moment of birth, likely even before, humans are drawn to new things. If a child stays curious, he will continue to explore and discover. This discovery gives him pleasure. When he experiences the joy of discovery, he will want to repeat his exploration. That's why writing for children is something special for me!

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