Shark in the Dark

Shark in the Dark By Nick Sharratt, Shark in the Dark Timothy Pope is looking out into the night with his telescope Is that really a shark he can see Turn the page and find out Children will delight in peeping through the die cut holes and guessing what
  • Title: Shark in the Dark
  • Author: Nick Sharratt
  • ISBN: 9780385616317
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Shark in the Dark By Nick Sharratt, Timothy Pope is looking out into the night with his telescope Is that really a shark he can see Turn the page and find out .Children will delight in peeping through the die cut holes and guessing what Tim has spotted.
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    About "Nick Sharratt"

    1. Nick Sharratt

      Nick Sharratt is the author illustrator of numerous books for children, including The Foggy, Foggy Forest and Dinosaurs Day Out He lives in Brighton, England.

    327 thoughts on “Shark in the Dark”

    1. Shark In The Dark is a fantastic story to share with children I read this to a nursery group who were fascinated by the colourful illustrations and the glow in the dark images find a dark place to read this and they will love it Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope but what will he see Will it be the great white shark Children are kept in suspense as you turn the page to reveal an unexpected image This is a great book for eyfs and key stage 1 children can use the images to recall what i [...]


    2. My 4 year old quite enjoyed this book, he loved the glow in the dark fin.The repetitiveness allows for children to join and do the telescope actions, and have a guess at whether the fin Timothy can see, is the Shark or another object.


    3. For a child to find a picture of a shark that glows in the dark is probably as fascinating as a marine biologist finding a shark in a park.In this week s book review, I am looking at Shark in the Dark , one of the many out of this world stories by Nick Sharratt Nick Sharratt p.s While some reviews have criticized how the glowing effect wasn t working exactly like a spot light, I think it s only a small upset considering how much uplifting messages are installed in the book When I got my copy, I [...]


    4. It s a giant ice cream As a child, I though that the grainy, partially transluscent, somewhat acetone smelling material of glow in the dark paper was a technological advance my generation was not fit to enjoy I haven t seen it used with such suspense and excitement in a picture book yet.Sequel to Shark in the Park, this book delivers Timothy s night time adventures with his telescope and briefly incorporates some of the astrological objects which I presume his parents intended him to learn abou [...]


    5. It s just before bedtime and Timothy Pope is taking a look through his telescope What do you think he can see in the dark Could it be a Great White Shark Children will not be able to take their eyes off this interactive, brightly coloured book The illustrations zone the eyes in, with a contrast of strong primary colours The book tells the story of Timothy Pope a boy who is looking through his telescope Timothy s worries before bedtime are explored, with each though Timothy thinks he can see a Gr [...]


    6. This glow in the dark sequel to Shark In The Park is just as much fun as the original Children love joining in with the rhymes, and using their own telescopes to spot different objects in every page of the book.


    7. The glow in the dark pictures in this book are a cute gimmick, but I was a bit disappointed to tell the truth To see the glow effect you need to turn off the lights, and then you can t read the story The text and of the illustrations even just the outlines need to glow too, so we can read it in the dark


    8. A follow on the Shark in the Park Timothy Pope again has his telescope, but the things he looks at glow in the dark This again features a repetitive refrain which could be accompanied with a series of actions Again the text rhymes delightfully This would be a nice book to use in a bed storytime, or at a pyjama party.Read in Toddler Storytime 23 Mar 2012


    9. I m so used to reading Shark in the Park I can imagine stumbling over the changes here, but it s just as charming Plus, you know, glow in the dark





    10. Fantastic storytime read The kids join in looking through their telescope and shout out There s a shark in the dark


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