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I'm a Shark: 12/29/13
I'm a Shark by Bob Shea has the same visual appeal as Banana! by Ed Vere. It has an exaggerated character, bold lines and a simple palette of colors.
The main character, as you can imagine from the title, is a shark. He's a large, proud, boastful shark. He's the sort of shark that even the dark is afraid of.
Except, he has a secret and I'm a Shark reveals what it is. There's one thing — one itty bitty thing — that scares the fins right off him.
For my kids, shark's one fear, was the winning element. See, their fathe, shares shark's fear. And when those little pests come into the house, it's up to me to dispatch them.