The Shark King
Title : The Shark King
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ISBN : 1935179160
Number of Pages : 40 pages
Category : biblical
Tags : young-adult, action, women, vampire-only, teen, teens

Is the Best The Shark King Meet Nanaue, a boy craving to be who he truly is.From the islands of Hawaii comes the electrifying tale of Nanaue, who has to balance his yearning for Dad s guidance with his desire for Mom s nurture Award winning cartoonist R Kikuo Johnson transports young readers to the lush tropical shores of his native Hawaii Fluent or not, young readers will be thrilled when they e Meet Nanaue, a boy craving to be who he truly is.From the islands of Hawaii comes the electrifying tale of Nanaue, who has to balance his yearning for Dad s guidance with his desire for Mom s nurture Award winning cartoonist R Kikuo Johnson transports young readers to the lush tropical shores of his native Hawaii Fluent or not, young readers will be thrilled when they experience the transformative powers of a stirring literary work Get A CopyKindle Stor More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Jon(athan) Nakapalau
    Jon(athan) Nakapalau

    Beautiful retelling of this Hawaiian legend.

  • Amy Jewell
    Amy Jewell

    1 The layout of this graphic novel was easy to follow The panels were not too busy and I was easily able to determine which panel came next in the sequence of the story I think the students will be able to focus on the story the tale of a boy trying to find out about his father the shark king and follow along with the sequence of events.2 There are multiple applications for this book This graphic novel could fit in either a science class learning about fish the sea , history cla

  • Dan Tandarich
    Dan Tandarich

    Every teacher wants to find that book that will capture the imagination of their students The Shark King fits the bill and provides wonderful panels and splash pages where a reader can stop and think to absorb everything that is going on in this Hawaiian tale Readers will be automatically pushed into gathering meaning due to the comic book format of word balloons and silent panels For example, early in the story a woman named Kalei is caught by a tide under water One panel shows a shark s

  • Lindsay
    Lindsay

    A beautifully illustrated Hawaiian folk tale There is a fair amount left unexplained and the main characters aren t clearly good or bad, as is often the case in folklore, but the plot is simple enough and it s a nice introduction to complex comic conventions There is also a wealth of discussion material for parents and teachers I really loved this.

  • Christi
    Christi

    The house second grader adored this She read it three times in two days.

  • Kendra
    Kendra

    I wish there was a whole series about this kid So great.

  • Siyuyang Zhang
    Siyuyang Zhang

    The Shark King, R Kikuo Johnson This is a graphic novel book that good for children to read, which contain several small pictures every pages, and these pictures are often difference in size and shapes The main topics is focusing on the ideas about the natural world within the ocean and how to enjoy it First, this book contains pictures almost every pages, difference shapes and sizes of pictures create a feeling of 3D, with difference level In this case, viewing multiple pictures within a s

  • Taylor Laird
    Taylor Laird

    This is an interesting book It definitely caught me off guard A young woman jumps into the ocean to get her favorite type of fish, but ends up almost drowning and is pulled out by a stranger The stranger has her favorite fish in hand and gives them to her She is puzzled, as she thought a shark had gotten them Later, the two fall in love and have a baby But before the baby is born the father jumps into the ocean everyday and builds a place that will be safe for him He never returns, and

  • Sarah Wheeland
    Sarah Wheeland

    The Shark KingPositives If you are teaching a unit on folk tales and myths or want another way for students to learn about other cultures in a social studies lesson, this is a good resource to add to your collection It will be an easy read for established 2nd and 3rd grade readers and a good supporting text for struggling readers Often times, myths can be confusing for these struggling readers who often take things literally The pictures clearly portray the sequence of the story and will hel

  • Valerie
    Valerie

    Join Kalei on an adventure as she wanders the beach to search for food and finds than she had bargained for Kalei is a young woman who is saved from drowning by a mysterious man Eventually, they fall in love and marry Kalei is about to have a baby when the young man leaves her to make, as he tells her, a place for our son at the bottom of the pool With that, Kalei discovers something surprising about her husbandTheir son, Nanaue, is born laughing Kalei soon discovers that he has a

The Shark King