BrightPoint Press: All About Sharks Reviews

Endangered Sharks: ISBN 978-1-6782-03641 / eBook: 978-1-6782-03658
Prehistoric Sharks: ISBN 978-1-6782-03665 / eBook: 978-1-6782-03672
Shark Attacks: ISBN 978-1-6782-03689 / eBook: 978-1-6782-03696
Shark Biology: ISBN 978-1-6782-03702 / eBook: 978-1-6782-03719
Weird Sharks: ISBN 978-1-6782-03726 / eBook: 978-1-6782-03733
School Library Journal, September 1, 2022

Gr 4-6—Each book in this series presents a different shark-related topic. Endangered Sharks, for example, provides a clear overview of the causes and possible solutions to shark population loss, while Shark Attacks examines the causes and frequency of sharks harming humans. An opening "At a Glance" spread in each book provides a bullet-point summary of the main content that follows. Subsequent chapters introduce facts and concepts fairly clearly, with well-chosen examples and statistics. Quotes from current scientists and first-hand accounts of shark experiences enliven the text to some degree. Photographs are unspectacular, but provide useful visual context. Several highlighted species, however, are not represented with photos. VERDICT Solid overviews for older elementary ages.