Shark in the Dark

Shark in the Dark

Timothy Pope is looking out into the night with his telescope. Is that really a shark he can see? Turn the page and find out . . .Children will delight in peeping through the die-cut holes and guessing what Tim has spotted....

Title:Shark in the Dark
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780385616317
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    Shark in the Dark Reviews

  • Rosie Mulholland

    Such a fantastic book- a favourite among my nursery class. Repetitive and easy to follow, promoting rote learning. Good to read for FS and KS1 as it promotes questioning and helps to build humour as t...

  • Maria

    Shark In The Dark is a fantastic story to share with children. I read this to a nursery group who were fascinated by the colourful illustrations and the glow in the dark images. (find a dark place to ...

  • Kerri Selby

    My 4 year old quite enjoyed this book, he loved the glow in the dark fin.The repetitiveness allows for children to join and do the telescope actions, and have a guess at whether the 'fin' Timothy can ...

  • Jenna Mills

    A fun book...

  • shanna

    My boy l9ves itMy 5 year old loves this story highly recommend it, he joins in now to and remeber what the objects are...

  • Vivian Gianni

    For a child to find a picture of a shark that glows in the dark is probably as fascinating as a marine biologist finding a shark in a park.In this week’s book review, I am looking at “Shark in the...

  • Lance

    "It's a giant ice-cream!"As a child, I though that the grainy, partially-transluscent, somewhat acetone-smelling material of glow in the dark paper was a technological advance my generation was not fi...

  • Clare Browne

    It’s just before bedtime and Timothy Pope is taking a look through his telescope. What do you think he can see in the dark? Could it be a Great White Shark? Children will not be able to take their e...

  • Portable

    This glow-in-the-dark sequel to Shark In The Park is just as much fun as the original! Children love joining in with the rhymes, and using their own telescopes to spot different objects in every page ...

  • Amber

    The glow-in-the-dark pictures in this book are a cute gimmick, but I was a bit disappointed to tell the truth. To see the glow effect you need to turn off the lights, and then you can't read the story...