Shark vs. Train PDF ô Shark vs. MOBI :Þ

Shark vs. Train PDF ô Shark vs. MOBI :Þ


10 thoughts on “Shark vs. Train

  1. Matt Matt says:

    In this comparative piece that pits a shark against a train, the narrator poses numerous scenarios in which both will come head to head Sometimes the shark seems to have the upper hand, while there are others that the coal devouring train cannot be topped There are others where it seems to be a draw In the end, the question remains which is better Stemming from the premise of two boys playing with toys, Neo was able to see how the shark and train were pitted against one another He guesse In this comparative piece that pits a shark against a train, the narrator poses numerous scenarios in which both will come head to head Sometimes the shark seems to have the upper hand, while there are others that the coal devouring train cannot be topped There are others where it seems to be a draw In the end, the question remains which is better Stemming from the premise of two boys playing with toys, Neo was able to see how the shark and train were pitted against one another He guessed who he thought might win in each battle scenario, offering up his own justification Oh, how I like to see that brain process ideas


  2. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This is a super fun read, and would make an especially good boy book I generally don t like labeling books like that, but I know parents and teachers are really on the hunt for books to get their boys into reading and I think this is a great choice There s a friendly competition between the shark and the train, and it highlights the fact that we are all have different strengths and weaknesses The shark and train are in a variety of amusing situations, like playing basketball, being an amus This is a super fun read, and would make an especially good boy book I generally don t like labeling books like that, but I know parents and teachers are really on the hunt for books to get their boys into reading and I think this is a great choice There s a friendly competition between the shark and the train, and it highlights the fact that we are all have different strengths and weaknesses The shark and train are in a variety of amusing situations, like playing basketball, being an amusement park attraction, and even playing video games sometimes the shark is better, sometimes the train is better, and sometimes neither one of them excels I mean, really, a shark or a train playing a video game As they say, having thumbs would really help, haha In the end, there is no clear winner except the two boys who had a really great time playing with their shark and train Super adorable without being cutesy and also lots of fun


  3. Abigail Abigail says:

    With its amusing tale of competition between a shark and a train really a toy shark and toy train, wielded by two enthusiastic young boys this entertaining picture book captures the joy of imaginary play, particularly the imaginary play of young boys The ornery shark and cantankerous train try their hand at everything from eating pies to offering rides at a carnival, alternately triumphing over one another, while exchanging sarcastic remarks Will the train emerge victorious at the end, or With its amusing tale of competition between a shark and a train really a toy shark and toy train, wielded by two enthusiastic young boys this entertaining picture book captures the joy of imaginary play, particularly the imaginary play of young boys The ornery shark and cantankerous train try their hand at everything from eating pies to offering rides at a carnival, alternately triumphing over one another, while exchanging sarcastic remarks Will the train emerge victorious at the end, or will his selachian rival rise to the occasion Does it matter The fun in Shark Vs Train is in the play itself, something author Chris Barton and illustrator Tom Lichtenheld obviously understand, judging by both narrative and artwork The tone here is light, with plenty of amusing asides, as Shark and Train mutter to themselves, or challenge one another, and the illustrations are amusing I loved the alternately pleased and chagrined expressions on the faces of the two competitors I try to avoid labeling books as being exclusively for either boys or girls, but while I do think this is a tale that girls too will enjoy, it definitely has quite a bit of boy appeal Very funny, and lots of fun


  4. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This wasn t grabbing me at the beginning but as it went on, I really appreciated the story and the pictures Two young boys are playing, one with a shark and one with the train Well, ahem, the shark and the train are relating with one another Each page is another friendly, and often amusing, competition between them First one, then the other, does best at a particular activity in a hot air balloon, roasting marshmallows, trick or treating, going off the high dive, etc etc etc and then th This wasn t grabbing me at the beginning but as it went on, I really appreciated the story and the pictures Two young boys are playing, one with a shark and one with the train Well, ahem, the shark and the train are relating with one another Each page is another friendly, and often amusing, competition between them First one, then the other, does best at a particular activity in a hot air balloon, roasting marshmallows, trick or treating, going off the high dive, etc etc etc and then they start doing things that they both find challenging playing hide and seek, playing a video game when they both lack thumbs, etc It s all a lot of fun and I love the message about everybody having different strengths and weaknesses is not as important as the pure silliness and the power of imagination The illustrations are a hoot too I know parents and teachers sometimes find it challenging to find books that boys will enjoy This is a book boys, and girls too, will enjoy According to the author s bio in the back of the book, he has a son who s enthusiastic about both trains and sharks


  5. Jess Jess says:

    Given a certain situation, who would win shark or train The moment they see the cover, kids fall into like with this book I mean, sharks, right It looks sweet and it s even kind of funny BUT, it is terribly awkward and tricky to read aloud It s a Monarch so I gave it a go with K, 1st, and 2nd and man, not easy.It s a larger picture book, but the details are small It s got some funny situations, but many require explanations, especially when you re dealing with kids under 3rd grade When yo Given a certain situation, who would win shark or train The moment they see the cover, kids fall into like with this book I mean, sharks, right It looks sweet and it s even kind of funny BUT, it is terribly awkward and tricky to read aloud It s a Monarch so I gave it a go with K, 1st, and 2nd and man, not easy.It s a larger picture book, but the details are small It s got some funny situations, but many require explanations, especially when you re dealing with kids under 3rd grade When you have to explain a joke, it isn t funny.Here s what you want to know Will it get checked out Constantly.Would this be good for one on one readalouds Yeah Group story times Nope.If you had any success reading it to large groups, let me know how you did it, please


  6. Kate Kate says:

    This picture book from the author of the DAY GLO BROTHERS is one of the funniest I ve read in a long time The premise is simple two boys pull toys from a toy box and start a battle with them One has a shark, the other a train, and the result is a hilarious series of competitions in which Shark and Train face off in everything from high diving to trick or treating Laugh out loud text with fun, lively illustrations and a lot of little details in the art that add another layer of humor for mom This picture book from the author of the DAY GLO BROTHERS is one of the funniest I ve read in a long time The premise is simple two boys pull toys from a toy box and start a battle with them One has a shark, the other a train, and the result is a hilarious series of competitions in which Shark and Train face off in everything from high diving to trick or treating Laugh out loud text with fun, lively illustrations and a lot of little details in the art that add another layer of humor for moms and dads reading aloud Loved it Reviewed from an FG from ALA Midwinter available in April 2010


  7. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    One of my preschoolers favorites They love the idea of pitting a shark against a train, and of course, in their opinion the train would always win, hands down Going through our hundreds of books trying to get rid of some, but I think this one is a keeper Great addition to any children s collection.


  8. Michelle Stimpson Michelle Stimpson says:

    This is my two year old son s favorite book He calls it my book We read it over and over and over and over and .


  9. Are you not Entertained Are you not Entertained says:

    It s time to decide the age old battle of Shark vs Train Sure the train has the advantage on the railroad tracks and the shark is going to do better underwater But which one wins on a seesaw Or at basketball As they struggle to get the upper hand the stakes move from the curious to the silly Who wins at hide and seek Trick or Treating Or in space Why it is brilliant This book helps little readers develop comparative analysis skill in a way that is both fun and engaging You can b It s time to decide the age old battle of Shark vs Train Sure the train has the advantage on the railroad tracks and the shark is going to do better underwater But which one wins on a seesaw Or at basketball As they struggle to get the upper hand the stakes move from the curious to the silly Who wins at hide and seek Trick or Treating Or in space Why it is brilliant This book helps little readers develop comparative analysis skill in a way that is both fun and engaging You can begin to ask them questions like, Why do you think the shark wins underwater Or, How do you think the train will do in a hot air balloon Spoiler not very well The superb illustrations and comic style captions keep the tone light And the twist at the end will encourage your little reader that anyone, even someone their age, can have a great deal of fun with as they compare and contrast the world around them Now it s time for their own creative battles to begin You can readof my reviews at


  10. ColumbusReads ColumbusReads says:

    Shark vs Train in a series of battles of all types The sound of me and the 4 yr old yyyyaaaawwwwnnnnnn


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Shark vs. Train ➥ [Ebook] ➠ Shark vs. Train By Chris Barton ➯ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Shark VS Train WHO WILL WIN If you think Superman vs Batman would be an exciting matchup, wait until you see Shark vs Train In this hilarious and wacky picture book, Shark and Train egg each other on Shark VS Train WHO WILL WIN If you think Superman vs Batman would be an exciting matchup, Shark vs. MOBI :Þ wait until you see Shark vs Train In this hilarious and wacky picture book, Shark and Train egg each other on for one competition after another, including burping, bowling, Ping Pong, piano playing, pie eating, and manyWho do YOU think will win, Shark or Train.

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Shark vs. Train
  • Chris Barton
  • English
  • 17 July 2018
  • 0316007625

About the Author: Chris Barton

I m the author of picture books including bestseller Shark vs Train, Sibert Honor winning The Day Shark vs. MOBI :Þ Glo Brothers, and Whoosh Lonnie Johnson s Super Soaking Stream of Inventions, which was included on state reading listsMy recent titles include the Mighty Truck early reader series, Dazzle Ships World War I and the Art of Confusion an Orbis Pictus Honor book , and What Do You Do with a Voice Like That The Story of Extraordinary Congresswoman Barbara Jordan included on the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List For , my new books include Fire Truck vs Dragon, illustrated by Shanda McCloskey, and All of a Sudden and Forever Help and Healing After the Oklahoma City Bombing, illustrated by Nicole Xu I visit schools by the score and also love speaking to professional gatherings of librarians, educators, and fellow writersI m married to YA middle grade novelist Jennifer Ziegler How Not to Be Popular, the Brewster Triplets series Jennifer and I have one daughter, three sons, and one dog We live in Austin, Texas, where I have advocated for greater diversity in children s literature by co founding the Modern First Library program with independent bookseller BookPeople Forinformation about me, please visit chrisbartonfo.


10 thoughts on “Shark vs. Train

  1. Matt Matt says:

    In this comparative piece that pits a shark against a train, the narrator poses numerous scenarios in which both will come head to head Sometimes the shark seems to have the upper hand, while there are others that the coal devouring train cannot be topped There are others where it seems to be a draw In the end, the question remains which is better Stemming from the premise of two boys playing with toys, Neo was able to see how the shark and train were pitted against one another He guesse In this comparative piece that pits a shark against a train, the narrator poses numerous scenarios in which both will come head to head Sometimes the shark seems to have the upper hand, while there are others that the coal devouring train cannot be topped There are others where it seems to be a draw In the end, the question remains which is better Stemming from the premise of two boys playing with toys, Neo was able to see how the shark and train were pitted against one another He guessed who he thought might win in each battle scenario, offering up his own justification Oh, how I like to see that brain process ideas

  2. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This is a super fun read, and would make an especially good boy book I generally don t like labeling books like that, but I know parents and teachers are really on the hunt for books to get their boys into reading and I think this is a great choice There s a friendly competition between the shark and the train, and it highlights the fact that we are all have different strengths and weaknesses The shark and train are in a variety of amusing situations, like playing basketball, being an amus This is a super fun read, and would make an especially good boy book I generally don t like labeling books like that, but I know parents and teachers are really on the hunt for books to get their boys into reading and I think this is a great choice There s a friendly competition between the shark and the train, and it highlights the fact that we are all have different strengths and weaknesses The shark and train are in a variety of amusing situations, like playing basketball, being an amusement park attraction, and even playing video games sometimes the shark is better, sometimes the train is better, and sometimes neither one of them excels I mean, really, a shark or a train playing a video game As they say, having thumbs would really help, haha In the end, there is no clear winner except the two boys who had a really great time playing with their shark and train Super adorable without being cutesy and also lots of fun

  3. Abigail Abigail says:

    With its amusing tale of competition between a shark and a train really a toy shark and toy train, wielded by two enthusiastic young boys this entertaining picture book captures the joy of imaginary play, particularly the imaginary play of young boys The ornery shark and cantankerous train try their hand at everything from eating pies to offering rides at a carnival, alternately triumphing over one another, while exchanging sarcastic remarks Will the train emerge victorious at the end, or With its amusing tale of competition between a shark and a train really a toy shark and toy train, wielded by two enthusiastic young boys this entertaining picture book captures the joy of imaginary play, particularly the imaginary play of young boys The ornery shark and cantankerous train try their hand at everything from eating pies to offering rides at a carnival, alternately triumphing over one another, while exchanging sarcastic remarks Will the train emerge victorious at the end, or will his selachian rival rise to the occasion Does it matter The fun in Shark Vs Train is in the play itself, something author Chris Barton and illustrator Tom Lichtenheld obviously understand, judging by both narrative and artwork The tone here is light, with plenty of amusing asides, as Shark and Train mutter to themselves, or challenge one another, and the illustrations are amusing I loved the alternately pleased and chagrined expressions on the faces of the two competitors I try to avoid labeling books as being exclusively for either boys or girls, but while I do think this is a tale that girls too will enjoy, it definitely has quite a bit of boy appeal Very funny, and lots of fun

  4. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    This wasn t grabbing me at the beginning but as it went on, I really appreciated the story and the pictures Two young boys are playing, one with a shark and one with the train Well, ahem, the shark and the train are relating with one another Each page is another friendly, and often amusing, competition between them First one, then the other, does best at a particular activity in a hot air balloon, roasting marshmallows, trick or treating, going off the high dive, etc etc etc and then th This wasn t grabbing me at the beginning but as it went on, I really appreciated the story and the pictures Two young boys are playing, one with a shark and one with the train Well, ahem, the shark and the train are relating with one another Each page is another friendly, and often amusing, competition between them First one, then the other, does best at a particular activity in a hot air balloon, roasting marshmallows, trick or treating, going off the high dive, etc etc etc and then they start doing things that they both find challenging playing hide and seek, playing a video game when they both lack thumbs, etc It s all a lot of fun and I love the message about everybody having different strengths and weaknesses is not as important as the pure silliness and the power of imagination The illustrations are a hoot too I know parents and teachers sometimes find it challenging to find books that boys will enjoy This is a book boys, and girls too, will enjoy According to the author s bio in the back of the book, he has a son who s enthusiastic about both trains and sharks

  5. Jess Jess says:

    Given a certain situation, who would win shark or train The moment they see the cover, kids fall into like with this book I mean, sharks, right It looks sweet and it s even kind of funny BUT, it is terribly awkward and tricky to read aloud It s a Monarch so I gave it a go with K, 1st, and 2nd and man, not easy.It s a larger picture book, but the details are small It s got some funny situations, but many require explanations, especially when you re dealing with kids under 3rd grade When yo Given a certain situation, who would win shark or train The moment they see the cover, kids fall into like with this book I mean, sharks, right It looks sweet and it s even kind of funny BUT, it is terribly awkward and tricky to read aloud It s a Monarch so I gave it a go with K, 1st, and 2nd and man, not easy.It s a larger picture book, but the details are small It s got some funny situations, but many require explanations, especially when you re dealing with kids under 3rd grade When you have to explain a joke, it isn t funny.Here s what you want to know Will it get checked out Constantly.Would this be good for one on one readalouds Yeah Group story times Nope.If you had any success reading it to large groups, let me know how you did it, please

  6. Kate Kate says:

    This picture book from the author of the DAY GLO BROTHERS is one of the funniest I ve read in a long time The premise is simple two boys pull toys from a toy box and start a battle with them One has a shark, the other a train, and the result is a hilarious series of competitions in which Shark and Train face off in everything from high diving to trick or treating Laugh out loud text with fun, lively illustrations and a lot of little details in the art that add another layer of humor for mom This picture book from the author of the DAY GLO BROTHERS is one of the funniest I ve read in a long time The premise is simple two boys pull toys from a toy box and start a battle with them One has a shark, the other a train, and the result is a hilarious series of competitions in which Shark and Train face off in everything from high diving to trick or treating Laugh out loud text with fun, lively illustrations and a lot of little details in the art that add another layer of humor for moms and dads reading aloud Loved it Reviewed from an FG from ALA Midwinter available in April 2010

  7. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    One of my preschoolers favorites They love the idea of pitting a shark against a train, and of course, in their opinion the train would always win, hands down Going through our hundreds of books trying to get rid of some, but I think this one is a keeper Great addition to any children s collection.

  8. Michelle Stimpson Michelle Stimpson says:

    This is my two year old son s favorite book He calls it my book We read it over and over and over and over and .

  9. Are you not Entertained Are you not Entertained says:

    It s time to decide the age old battle of Shark vs Train Sure the train has the advantage on the railroad tracks and the shark is going to do better underwater But which one wins on a seesaw Or at basketball As they struggle to get the upper hand the stakes move from the curious to the silly Who wins at hide and seek Trick or Treating Or in space Why it is brilliant This book helps little readers develop comparative analysis skill in a way that is both fun and engaging You can b It s time to decide the age old battle of Shark vs Train Sure the train has the advantage on the railroad tracks and the shark is going to do better underwater But which one wins on a seesaw Or at basketball As they struggle to get the upper hand the stakes move from the curious to the silly Who wins at hide and seek Trick or Treating Or in space Why it is brilliant This book helps little readers develop comparative analysis skill in a way that is both fun and engaging You can begin to ask them questions like, Why do you think the shark wins underwater Or, How do you think the train will do in a hot air balloon Spoiler not very well The superb illustrations and comic style captions keep the tone light And the twist at the end will encourage your little reader that anyone, even someone their age, can have a great deal of fun with as they compare and contrast the world around them Now it s time for their own creative battles to begin You can readof my reviews at

  10. ColumbusReads ColumbusReads says:

    Shark vs Train in a series of battles of all types The sound of me and the 4 yr old yyyyaaaawwwwnnnnnn

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