Explore The JAWsome World Of Sharks With National Geographic Kids Books

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Have you ever wanted to have a close encounter with a shark? Some of us may never have the opportunity to experience the thrill of seeing a live shark, but National Geographic Kids offers us the chance to see beautiful images of sharks in their natural habitat. While on our honeymoon, we visited an aquarium in Cancun, Mexico and I'll never forget getting to "pet" a sand shark for the first time. While it was a very small shark it was the first one I touched and I'll never forget the experience. These fascinating creatures bring lots of excitement and fear so during the week of shark frenzy is the perfect time to help your children learn more about sharks with National Geographic Kids. Learn more about their newest title and enter for a chance to win all six of these JAWsome books!
The Ultimate Book of Sharks by internationally acclaimed marine photographer and National Geographic Explorer Brian Skerry is an underwater adventure like no other.  With exclusive photographs and personal insight from Skerry, this book takes the reader below the surface and into the minds of these spectacular predators.  Beyond the feared fins and terrifying teeth, readers will learn what its like to swim with these amazing fish, how they live, what they eat, their superhero-like senses and better understand why these graceful, confident, perfectly sculpted predators are also vulnerable animals that we need to protect.

Brian Skerry’s photography and in-the-field research are in a league of their own.  In 2017 he was awarded the Nikon National Geographic Explorer of the Year and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Smithsonian, National Geographic Magazine, and the Washington Post, among others. Perry's photography is featured in solo exhibits around the world and he is also the Explorer-In-Residence and Trustee at the New England Aquarium.  His extreme talent for photographing marine wildlife and underwater environments is showcased on every page of The Ultimate Book of Sharks, creating a comprehensive, eye-popping and entertaining first-hand look at all things shark, including:
  • Long days at the beach are finally here!  Find out if YOU really are on the menu!
  • Shark Safety 101 
  • Gripping stories from Brian about his shark encounters 
  • What kids can do to help with shark conservation and unlikely allies in the cause like Shark Attack Survivors for Shark Conservation 
  • Shark superlatives! Which sharks have the strongest bite, are the most social, have the best camo, are the most petite predator??
  • Shark myths busted — sharks are social, smart and picky eaters!
  • Tips for finding shark fossils — tooth hunting tips
Featuring every species of shark on the planet, the latest science and technology in use in the field, and full-page photos that practically leap off the page you can’t help but be in awe of the jaws!

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Prize Package Includes:
Ultimate Book of Sharks, Face to Face with Sharks, Sharks Sticker Activity Book, National Geographic Readers: Sharks, Everything Sharks, and Shark Rescue 
One lucky entrant will be selected from the entry form to win the National Geographic Kids SHARK Book Package! (ARV $55) Open to entrants in the US, 18 years and older from 07/22/18 at 12:01 a.m. ET thru 07/29/18 at 11:59 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. A winner will be chosen after/around July 30, 2018. This prize will be shipped after the release date on September 4th. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to notification email to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. See Rafflecopter for official rules. The Mommy Island is not responsible for sending the winner their prize.

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  1. I do not have a favorite shark. I prefer smaller, less lethal ones.

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  2. i like the tiger shark,,my grandsons are the huge shark fans

  3. I like cat sharks because they are smaller, have interesting colorings/markings and cat-like eyes.

  4. I don't have a favorite type of shark. I tend to avoid all sharks.

  5. So many favorite beaches. Mostly East Coast ones. But as for my midwest ones, I love Presque Isle :)

  6. I find sharks fascinating. We like studying the hammerhead.

  7. I like the tiger shark because they look so cute even though they are dangerous

  8. My family loves the beach. Hilton Head is our favorite one to visit even though Charleston and Myrtle are cheaper.

  9. We swam with nurse and lemon sharks - I think they're cool

  10. I think they are all fascinating, I don't really have a favorite.

  11. My favorite is the great white..They are scary!

  12. We like the bonnet head shark because you can catch them near Charleston, SC.

  13. I like going to the beach on Folly Island

  14. I do not have a favorite shark.

  15. I like looking at beaches, but I don't enjoy swimming in the ocean.


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