Dimensions: 48 pages, 4.27 × 3.31 × 0.17 in
Published: December 29, 2011
Publisher: CHRONICLE BOOKS
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0811848787
ISBN - 13: 9780811848787
About the Book
If you think today's sharks are fearsome, wait until you see what swam in the oceans hundreds of millions of years ago! Creatures with snouts like saws, and spiral jaws. Sharks so large they could swallow whales whole. Timothy Bradley's vibrant illustrations and razor-sharp prose bring theseferocious fishand their tamer relativesto life with scientific detail. Learn how they survived catastrophic events that completely wiped other creatures out, and see which of their strange adaptations can still be seen in sharks today.
From the Publisher
By an artist who designed dinosaurs for Jurassic Park, this visually compelling nonfiction guide is the first to include such a startling array of prehistoric sharks--among them the biggest one of them all: the Megalodon.
With their bizarre teeth arrangements and unusual shapes, the many prehistoric sharks here will captivate dinosaur and shark fans and reluctant readers alike.
About the Author
Timothy J. Bradley is a professional artist who has created hundreds of Paleo illustrations for websites, toys and exhibits. His signature colourful style has a realistic edge. He wrote and illustrated The Care and Feeding of Dinosaurs.