|aStunning photographs from around the world show the biggest sharks, the littlest sharks, and sharks with some of the strangest features. Compelling text reveals how a shark's special traits, such as its size or a super-long tail or a hammer-shaped head, allow the fish to live in its specific place on Earth.
Discover the amazing survival skills of the sea's most fearsome predators. Here are thirteen of the world's most amazing meat eaters of the sea --from the all-time favorite, the great white, to the chilling little cookie-cutter shark. One is huge. Another is small. One has a giant snout or tail or head. Another has tiny horns or little skin flaps. Readers will learn how each of these traits--big or little--helps a particular type of shark survive in the fish-eat-fish world of the sea. Sandra Markle teams up with world-renowned marine-life photographer Doug Perrine to give young readers an entertaining, exciting introduction to sharks.