Who will win the showdown between a shark and a train? That depends on the game. Train has an advantage when roasting marshmallows or giving carnival rides; Shark gains the edge when going off a high dive or bowling (especially if chewing up the pins counts as a strike). But piano recitals, Extreme Zombie-Squirrel Motocross, and sword fighting on a tightrope may be too close to call-yet. "Next time, you're history, soot-spewer." "Next time, you're sunk, squid-slurper." Full-color artwork.
Shark vs. TrainBook Verdict
ISBN: 9780316007627 Format: Print Book Edition: - Publisher: Little, Brown Page Count: 40 Trim Size: 10" x 10" Dewey Classification: E Lexile: Level: AD220L Awards & Honors: IRA Children's Choices 2011, Beginning Readers; Kirkus Reviews 2010 Best Children’s Books; Publishers Weekly Best Children’s Books 2010, Picture Books; Best Books 2010: Picture Books; Children 's Book Committee Bank Street College of Education Best Children 's Books of the Year 2011, Humor, ages 5-9 Genre: Fiction.
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