Shark in the Dark
A brilliant follow-up to the hugely popular Shark in the Park.
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.
Praise for Shark in the Dark
Nick Sharratt's loud, distinctive, illustrations are always sure to attract pre-schoolers. Shark in the Dark, a sequel to Shark in the Park, will delight his followers . . . Told in a jaunty rhyme and full of humour - especially the nice twist at the end - this is one for ages four and up to read in the half-light for full effectIrish Examiner
It is the exhuberant exclamations such as "quivering catfish" that make this a delight to read aloud and children will be reading this under the duvet long after lights outBrighton Argus
A wonderful choice for small kids everywhereSunday Business Post (Eire)
As with all Nick Sharratt's books, the language and rhyming patterns are superb and really engage young readersHot Cross Mum