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Shark vs. Train Hardcover – April 1, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
Of course when they are roasting marshmallows the train can make them nice and toasty brown at the top of his smoke stack while the shark gets his bit wet from water dripping off him. "Drat!" But eating pies, the shark has him beat. Mmmmmm! After the meal, "BELCH!" ... guess who won the burping contest? The two go head to head in all kinds of contests. They bowl, shoot baskets, take a flip off the high-dive board, sell lemonade, go trick-or-treating, go on carnival rides, play games, and hide-and-seek. There are lots of things to tussle with, but when Mom calls out, "BOYS! LUNCH!!" it's time to for a little break . . . until next time.
This fun, imaginative story about the shark and train toy competition will keep your youngster guessing the winner. The tale is adventurous and seems to capture every "fun" thing a youngster will think up when playing with toys from bowling to belching. The artwork was very animated and caught every competitive nuance on the faces of both boys and toys. If you want a cute `n' slightly zany tale, this one certainly fits the ticket. All aboard!
This amusing book will delight young children. The humor is sophisticated and clever enough to entertain both parent and child. It's a celebration of imagination. The illustrations are terrific, as well. Adults reading this book: take a look at the spread of the shark trying to jump the cars, one actually has the words A. Fonzarelli Leather Co. on it. What a funny take on the Happy Days "Jump the Shark" episode!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a real hit with my 3-yr old son who loves trains. He likes them so much he carries them around like a security blanket. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Suz's Bargain Books
Love the illustrator and my daughter loves trains and sharks.Published 1 month ago by T A McAdoo Comer
Book is good, but it was not well formatted for kindle app on iPad - it truncated words several times...Published 1 month ago by Jim
This book is hysterical! I bought it for my 6 year old son, and we were laughing really hard reading it. Basically two little boys grab a toy shark and a toy train and go to war. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kristyrae21
My boys love this book. The book doesn't flow very easily but my kids don't care.Published 3 months ago by Shelly A. H. Robertson
My preschooler LOVES this book! Such a creative, imaginative way to enjoy reading and teach basis concepts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Black