Shark Week Reading

Shark Week Reading

Are you looking for something to engage your child’s curiosity about the amazing world of Sharks?  Check out this list of books from our friends at Barnes and Noble, designed for a wide range of kids, from reading to your littlest, older kids reading on their own, and everything in between.

Jump in and explore the deep and be sure to join us for Shark Week 2019 from July 21 – July 27.  We will have special Shark themed activities every day included with your general admission ticket.  Wear Shark Swag and get $3.00 daily admission!

 

 

Chomp: A Shark Romp by Michael Paul

Many different kinds of sharks are
Swimming below the ocean's surface.
100 Questions About... Sharks by Simon Abbott

Dive in and take a bite out of fin-tastic facts, all centered around the ocean's most fearsome creature: the shark!
Discovery Shark Guidebook by Editors of Silver Dolphin Books

It’s time to discover the world’s most amazing fish in Discovery Shark Guidebook! This fact-packed guidebook features some of the most impressive and most fierce sharks that rule the oceans. Find out about their incredible senses, amazing hunting abilities, and much more. After becoming a shark expert, use the included great white shark toy for even more undersea fun!
Sharks and Other Deadly Ocean Creatures Visual Encyclopedia by DK

Read amazing shark facts about anatomy, behavior, and habitats, and find key information at a glance with data boxes, facts, and figures laid out in DK's signature style.
DK Eyewitness Books: Shark by Miranda Macquitty

Tale an in-depth look at sharks with vivid photographs and informative text highlighting shark artifacts, stories of shark attacks, how a shark detects its prey and more, offering a close-up look at one of the most awesome animals on the planet, their behavior and secret underwater lives.
My Little Golden Book About Sharks by Bonnie Bader

This simple yet informative book brings to life the fascinating world of sharks. Little ones will enjoy bright, bold artwork and lively descriptions of all kinds of sharks, from the fierce great white to the rare goblin. They’ll learn that sharks have teeth but no bones, as well as interesting facts about diet, camouflage, and habitat that teach why we must care about sharks.
Good Night Sharks by Adam Gamble

Young divers will explore the fascinating world of sharks while learning about different species and their watery environments.
Super Shark Encyclopedia: And Other Creatures of the Deep (Super Encyclopedias) by DK

Super Shark Encyclopedia uncovers the secrets of the oceans by exploring a remarkable array of 80 sharks and other sea creatures. It showcases record-breaking animals, such as the deadliest predators and the most venomous creatures, and explains how and why their bodies work the way they do. With its combination of spectacular photography and clear yet authoritative text, Super Shark Encyclopedia is the ultimate visual guide to the oceans' most incredible stories.
Do Sharks Glow in the Dark? ….and Other Shark-tastic Questions by Mary Kay Carson

What’s the biggest shark? Do they have bones? Do sharks eat people—and do people eat sharks? This engaging entry in the Animal Facts series answers the basic questions about shark life that children like to ask.
Sharks: And Other Dangers of the Deep by Roger Priddy

Take an underwater journey of discovery into the amazing, dangerous world of sharks. With fantastic facts and incredible photographs, this book gives you a close-up look at the biggest, the fastest and the deadliest creatures in the sea.