Some Widely Popular Shark Books for Kids to Read
If you have a toddler at home and he shows interest in learning about the sea creatures, you can read shark books to him. Reading books about sharks is a great way to keep the preschoolers engage productively and allow them to learn interesting facts about the shark. If you are wondering which shark books you should read to your kids so that they get relevant information, you have reached the right place. Here Daycare teachers have shared a curated list of shark books that every child should read.
How To Survive As A Shark by Kristen Foote:
This book provides a unique take on fish science that will entertain and educate kids in and out of their classrooms. A white shark narrates the story as he teaches young sharks how to survive as a shark under the water. With many faun shark facts hidden on every page, this brightly illustrated book is a perfect blend of humor and information for preschool kids.
Shark Lady by Jess Keating and Marta Alvarez Miguens:
Among the most delightful shark picture books for kids, this one has probably the most inspiring story based on the life of Eugenie Clark. As a female protagonist, she has always encouraged kids to follow their dreams positively and dynamically. Replete with brightly colored illustrations, Eugenie’s pro-shark attitude is sure to get your kids interested in sharks.
If Sharks Disappeared by Lily Williams:
Have you ever thought about what would happen if sharks get disappeared from the oceans? In this picture book, the author has emphasized the importance of sharks and how their disappearance can adversely affect other animals. In La Mirada CA playschools, teachers read this book to their students to help them understand how sharks are important to keep the balance of a healthy ecosystem. By reading this book kids also learn that sharks are on the verge of extinction due to overfishing by humans.
The Hungry Shark by Tamia Sheldon:
Reading this brightly illustrated book will help kids discover the clever ways in which sea animals camouflage and protect themselves from their predators. The best part is, the book comes with a child-friendly recipe made from Amelia’s (the shark) favorite food, seaweed.
Clark the Shark by Bruce Hale:
Clark is a shark with lively enthusiasm with whom kids can easily relate. Filled to the brim with rhyme, rhythm, and more, this delightful read-aloud picture book teaches preschoolers that sometimes they should listen to their inner voice.
Smiley Shark by Ruth Galloway:
In Day Care La Mirada CA centers, caregivers often read this book to kids as it helps kids realize that sharks are very often misunderstood even if they have good intentions. The vivid, engaging illustrations and lyrical writing style complete the story flawlessly while making it immensely popular among young readers.
Besides these popular titles, your kids can also read ‘The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark’ by Ken Geist, ‘I’m A Shark’ by Bob Shea, and ‘Shark Detective’ by Jessica Olien.
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