Encyclopedia of Sharks is a giant encyclopedia offering a comprehensive insight into the world of sharks for children ged 8+.
Divided into clear sections, the book begins by exploring what sharks are and where they live, and progresses to how sharks work and life in the water.
Shark species are then covered in great detail, revealing how great whites hunt their prey and why basking sharks cruise with their mouths wide open.
This leads on to relatives of sharks, such as rays and sawfish.
The book concludes by looking at sharks and people, including tourist attractions, why sharks are in trouble, and what we can do to save them.
A useful source of information for school projects or homework.