Very Original and Funny in the End - Not Terribly Scary!
By Rebecca of Amazon HALL OF FAME TOP 100 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on March 28, 2014 Format: Paperback
You would think that a story about a shark would be a very scary read. While the book does have some suspense and adventure it is perfectlyfine for kids. In fact it might teach children to face their fears.
Basically the story is about a boy named Michael who sees a shark in the park. The shark chases him and eats his homework. You can imagine thestory he told his teacher that day after he barely makes it to the bus.
I don't want to tell you the ending of the story because it is so cuteand funny. It is better if it is a surprise.
This is one of the cutestkid's books I've ever read. Highly Recommended.
From the Author
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