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The Shark Who Was Afraid of Everything!
by Scholastic Inc.
Written in English
|Contributions||Bruce McNally (Illustrator), Arianne Stack (Translator), Corinne Orr (Translator), Steve Blane (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
Clark the Shark is ready for his first big sleepover! He’s nervous about sleeping outside without his glow-fish night-light, but he doesn’t want anyone to know he’s just a teeny-tiny bit afraid of the dark. So Clark makes up a rhyme to help him stay cool: “Take heart, be smart, sharks aren’t afraid of the dark.”. ''Get ready for a breathlessly paced pirate adventure starring Shivers, who is terrified of just about everything The authors' language often impresses with its rich and humorous descriptions Man-eating sharks, a giant squid, and a villain with a passion for mustard are all part of the over-the-top journey Fans of Captain Underpants and the Wimpy Kid may find Shivers more hilarious than /5(25).
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There is teasing in this book and the shark does swim off(run-away) this may bother some people. The shark and his friend end up lost and sharkie has to become brave to help his friend who is very upset and find their way back home.
If you have a /5(5). The Shark Who Was Afraid of Everything Paperback – January 1, by Brian James (Author)/5(7).
The shark was afraid of everything you could ever imagine. Until one day he came upon another little fish who was scared also, it was Sharkie's job to protect the fish. It was at that moment he realised he wasn't so scary afterall/5.
The Shark Who Was Afraid of Everything. By Bruce McNally, Brian James. Grades. PreK-K, GUIDED READING LEXILE® MEASURE Grade Level Equivalent DRA LEVEL. Genre. Fiction. As hard as he tries, Sharkie never seems to be able to overcome being scared of the world around him. He decides to run away.
The Shark Who Was Afraid of Everything. By Brian James Illustrator Bruce McNally By Brian James Illustrator Bruce McNally. Sharkie the shark, who is known for being afraid of everything, finds courage when his new friend needs help.
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We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions. Description of the Book Sharkie the Shark was always afraid, even as the other sharks played.
Can Sharkie overcome his fears. How will he do it. In this book all the sharks tease Sharkie, the main character, because he is afraid of everything.
Everybody loves to scare him. He is afraid of whales, crabs and octopuses. Then he sees a clownfish, named Lily, and becomes friends with her. They play together. The Store - Shark Who Was Afraid of Everything.
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Sharkie the shark, who is known for being afraid of everything, finds courage when his new friend needs help. Science for kids | Brilliant Brains | The Nervous System | Experiments for kids | Operation Ouch - Duration: Operation Ouch Recommended for you. [Brian James; Bruce McNally] -- Sharkie the shark, who is known for being afraid of everything, finds courage when his new friend needs help.
Brian James (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price Reviews: 2. Gulp. Sharks are big, brave and scary – except for shy Sharkie.
He is scared of nearly everything. But when a good friend is lost and afraid, will Sharkie find the courage to forget his fears and swim to the rescue. A wonderfully cute and reassuring rhyming tale. You are bidding on a softcover copy of the children's book "The Shark Who Was Afraid Of Everything" by Brian James.
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We do combine shipping for multiple item Rating: % positive. The book shows that even a shark could be afraid of the dark, and it would be Clark the Shark makes a plan to have his first sleepover outside with friends/5.
THE PIRATE WHO'S AFRAID OF EVERYTHING. From the "Shivers!" series, volume 1 ” Man-eating sharks, a giant squid and a villain with a passion for mustard are all part of the over-the-top journey.
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Shark Activities Printables for use with children's books. Preschool and up: Read a number of shark themed children's books to the children over the course of a few days.
Give each child a "shark graph" page. Have the children write the titles of 2 to 4 books on their page.Let's see what this book is all about the shark who was afraid of everything. And all the words in this book were written by Brian James and all of the pictures were drawn by Bruce Mcnally.
Sharkey the shark was unlike all the others Sharkey was teased by his sisters and brothers. Kids have fears. Fear of bullies. Fear of the dark. Fear of heights and being alone. The Whos Afraid series provides help to parents as they teach their kids the power of prayer and faith to overcome their fears.
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