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What's More Scary Than a Shark?

by Paul Bright (author) and Michael Terry (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 3 - 5 years

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Product Description

Shark was seriously scary. His eyes were dark and scary. His teeth were sharp and scary. There was no doubt that he was the scariest thing in the sea – until Sadie the shark swam along. Suddenly Shark’s scary smile went wobbly, and his sharp teeth went chitter-chatter! Shark was in love! With the help of a lobster, some seaweed and some singing angel fish, can Shark stop being such a soppy-socks and win the heart of his true love? Brimming with hilarious characters and vibrant ocean colours, this is an undersea love story – with bite!

Product Details






Little Tiger Press

Date published

May 3rd, 2010

Other details
  • 32 pages


UK edition


Michael Terry

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Michael Terry was born in 1947 in Folkestone on the Kent coast. After living abroad and moving around the country he arrived back in Folkestone, there he later went to Art College from 1964 to 1967 studying graphic design and illustration.

In 1967 he moved to London and worked in various design groups and advertising agencies as a designer and typographer.

In 1972 he became a freelance illustrator, working in advertising, editorial and publishing for clients including Cadbruies, Ikea, British Airways and Bloomsbury Children’s Books. During this time Michael was awarded a D&AD award for illustration and a Mecanorma award for best poster illustration.

Since the mid 90’s he has been equally successful as a writer and illustrator of children’s books. His best known books include The Selfish Crocodile, Little Hotchpotch, Rhino’s Horns and Here Comes the Crocodile. He has also illustrated numerous Dick King-Smith books for Puffin Books.

He now lives and works by the coast in Kent and has four sons.



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