Review: I Am the Shark

This is such a cute – and educational! – children’s picture book. I didn’t know all the shark facts that this book shares with readers.

The illustrations are just so sweet and the expressions on the sharks faces make me smile – especially Great White Shark’s emotions and faces throughout the book.

But I also love, love, love the message about being you and celebrating what makes you special.

GIVEAWAY

Up for grabs we have ONE (1) physical copy of I Am The Shark by Joan Holub! This giveaway will be open from May 3rd to May 9th, 2021 at 11:59 PM CST. This giveaway is open to US entrants only. To enter, click the link below!

RAFFLECOPTER LINK: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/1e4a114d38/

TITLE: I Am The Shark

AUTHOR: Joan Holub
PUBLISHER:
Crown Books for Young Readers
RELEASE DATE:
May 4, 2021

GENRES: CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOK
BUY LINK:
https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/579878/i-am-the-shark-by-joan-holub-illustrated-by-laurie-keller/

SYNOPSIS:

What makes the great white shark (one of) the greatest fish in the sea? FIN-d out in this hilarious fish-out-of-water story that’s perfect for Shark Week and all year-round!

Hi! I am Great White Shark, and if you get this book, you’ll read all about ME“ the greatest shark in the sea!

Not so fast! Greenland Shark here, and as the oldest shark in this book, that makes me the greatest.

Did someone say fast? I’m Mako Shark, and I’m the fastest shark in this book! Eat my bubbles!

Wow, I’m Hammerhead Shark. You don’t need my special eyes to see that there are lots of great sharks in this book. Sink your teeth into it now!

New York Times bestselling author Joan Holub makes a splash with bestselling illustrator Laurie Keller to deliver an entertaining undersea story filled with the greatest shark facts in the ocean!

AUTHOR INFORMATION

Joan Holub is the New York Times“bestselling author and illustrator of more than 140 children’s books, including Breakout at the Bug Lab, Who Was Babe Ruth?, and the Goddess Girls series. Prior to publishing her first title in 1992, she was an associate art director at Scholastic.

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