What's More Scary Than a Shark? by Paul Bright
  

What's More Scary Than a Shark?

Written by Paul Bright
Illustrated by Michael Terry

Synopsis

What's More Scary Than a Shark? by Paul Bright

What's more scary than a shark? Two Sharks. Shark is seriously scary. Lobster is the only creature in the sea who isn't afraid of him. Then along comes Sadie. As big as Shark and as scary as shark, she's gorgeous. She makes Shark go seriously silly and soppy, and he'll do anything to win her sharky heart. But will he change his scary ways?

About the Author

Paul Bright

Paul Bright started writing stories for his own children when they were young and kept on writing even when they left home! He is originally from Hertfordshire but has lived in Switzerland, Holland and Spain working as a plastics engineer. He mainly writes picture books but has also had more than 60 poems published in various anthologies. He is now living back in Kent and spending a lot more time writing.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Paul Bright
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Author's Website

www.paulbright.co.uk/

Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

3rd May 2010

ISBN

9781848950306


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