Sharks and Other Sea Monsters (Encyclopedia Prehistorica Series)by Robert Sabuda, Matthew Reinhart
While dinosaurs patrolled the lands, massive prehistoric sharks, giant scorpions, and colossal squid cruised the ancient oceans - most with just one thing in mind: eat or be/b>
Just when you thought it was safe to go in the water! The second astonishing ENCYCLOPEDIA PREHISTORICA book from Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart is about to pop up everywhere.
While dinosaurs patrolled the lands, massive prehistoric sharks, giant scorpions, and colossal squid cruised the ancient oceans - most with just one thing in mind: eat or be eaten. In this companion volume to the best-selling ENCYCLOPEDIA PREHISTORICA: DINOSAURS, pop-up masters Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart explore the prehistoric underwater world, where monsters like megalodon ruled the waves.
Full of captivating facts and more than 35 breathtaking pop-ups, this incredible volume is sure to astonish and amaze everyone from budding marine biologists to confirmed landlubbers. After all, if prehistoric coelacanths and crocodiles are still around, what else might be lurking in today's largely unexplored oceans?
Meet the Author
ROBERT SABUDA is the co-creator of the first book in this series, ENCYCLOPEDIA PREHISTORICA: DINOSAURS. He is the force behind many stunning best-selling pop-up books, including AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, and THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ.
MATTHEW REINHART is the co-creator of ENCYCLOPEDIA PREHISTORICA: DINOSAURS, the first title in this series. He has also created many other award-winning pop-up books, including the YOUNG NATURALIST series, THE POP-UP BOOK OF PHOBIAS, and ANIMAL POPPOSITES.
- New York, New York
- Date of Birth:
- March 8, 1965
- Place of Birth:
- Pinckney, Michigan
- B.F.A., Pratt Institute, 1987
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My copy was received much later than promised from BN. The conditon was very bad. Although properly shrink wrapped my copy has pages that do not pop up; sections are not glued; and are improperly folded. This is unacceptable. Someone needs to look at quality control!!
This encyclodedia prepares kids, who inherently like dinosaurs anyway, for a learning experience that they will never forget, and love. It tells all about the early stage of the world when dinosaurs ruled as well as much, much more information.