The Truth (and Myths) About Sea Monstersby L. A. Peacock illustrated by Stefano Tambellini
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- Giant squids have attacked submarines.
- Stingrays shoot their poisonous spines.
- Some prehistoric whales looked like crocodiles.
- South American piranhas have killed and eaten human beings.
About this SeriesWith heart-pounding action and high emotional stakes, this well-researched fiction series brings historical disasters to life through the eyes of people who experience them. Each chapter book puts an ordinary kid in the middle of a terrifying event, from a devastating hurricane to an infamous shipwreck. With determination and a bit of luck, these characters survive dangerous situations, reunite with their friends and families, and start to rebuild their lives.
Told in short, gripping chapters with striking black-and-white illustrations, the I Survived stories keep readers on the edges of their seats as they learn about important current events and moments in history. Thoughtful author's notes provide additional background information, timelines, and research and writing tips.