Sharkblock (An Abrams Block Book) (Board book)
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Learn about different shark species and habitats in this fin-tastic addition to the bestselling Abrams Block Book series.
In this wonderful introduction to these marine animals, readers will learn all about different shark species, habitats, diets, and more. Sharkblock features the charming art of British design team Peski Studio (formerly Peskimo), pages with die-cuts readers can peek through, and special flaps that unfold to reveal hidden details. Among the sharks featured are great whites, Greenland sharks, nurse sharks, reef sharks, sand tiger sharks, catsharks, mako sharks, whale sharks, and even the gigantic extinct megalodon!
STARRED REVIEW *“Catering to young scientists, naturalists, and Shark Week fans-to-be, this visually arresting volume presents a good deal of information in easily digested bites. . . . Captivating—and not a bit terrifying.” —Kirkus Reviews
Collect the whole series:
Star Wars Block
Sesame Street Countablock
Pixar Buddy Block
Also available: A Box of Blocks, featuring Alphablock, Countablock, and Dinoblock.
About the Author
Christopher Franceschelli is a seasoned publisher, editor, and creator of children’s books. He currently runs Chronicle’s Handprint imprint and the SmartInk packaging company. A born-and-raised New Yorker, Franceschelli lives with his family in Brooklyn. His books include the Hello City! Series and the Abrams Trail Tale series.
David Partington is an illustrator based in Bristol, UK. His influences range from mid-century design to Saturday morning cartoons. As part of Peski Studio (formerly Peskimo) he enjoys screen printing, a process which often informs his approach to illustration. David’s work can be seen in kids’ books, food packaging, and jumbo floor puzzles around the world. He especially enjoys creating characters, drawing friendly robots, and sending them on incredible adventures. His books include the Abrams Block Book series and the Hello Dinosaur series.
"Catering to young scientists, naturalists, and Shark Week fans–to-be, this visually arresting volume presents a good deal of information in easily digested bites. . .Captivating—and not a bit terrifying."