Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark (Who Would Win?)

Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark (Who Would Win?)


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What would happen if a great white shark and a killer whale met each other?  What if they were both hungry?  What if they had a fight?  Who do you think would win?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545160759
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 01/05/2016
Series: Who Would Win Series
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 20,224
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.20(d)
Lexile: AD620L (what's this?)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's books, including DINOSAUR CHRISTMAS, WHO WILL GUIDE MY SLEIGH TONIGHT?, APPLE FRACTIONS, and THE HERSHEY'S MILK CHOCOLATE MULTIPLICATION BOOK. His combination of interesting facts, detailed research, humor, and realistic illustrations have mesmerized countless children across the United States. You can visit him at

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Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark (Who Would Win?) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
This book is good and informaitonal for kids who like animals i bought this for my kid and he loved it!There should be more books like these so kids will have a big brain.Thank you Barnes & Noble!Bye!
ktextor on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is an informational book all about facts on a killer whale verses a great white shark and if they were paired up who would win? During the reading it gives both pictures and facts about both animals, where they can be found, what they eat, families they have, teeth they have and how powerful they both are. It is a great book for students to make predictions on who would win and the ending may surprise you. Good to have in a classroom library and for a science lesson on marine life.
Sandy5 More than 1 year ago
I must admit that I am addicted to this series right now. The ones that I don’t have in my possession, I have on hold at the library. I took four of them into a sixth-grade classroom I was subbing in the other day and they were an instant hit with the kids. I asked the question on the front of the book to the kids, I had them raise their hands to see which species got the most votes. I then gave them a picture walk of the information contained in the book and then I quickly walked them through how the fight went on at the end of this nonfiction children book. They were all ears, hoping that the species they choose won. Some decided to change their original hypothesis after I told them some of the facts inside the book but I loved how they all were listening and wanting to know the outcome. Afterwards, I had some of the kids wanting to read the books for their read-to-self books. Now, that is a testament to these books. With bright, colorful, realistic, illustrations these books are a gem. Using a variety of font styles and sizes the information is scattered throughout the pages in an easy to read format. With one side of the page devoted to one species and the other species devoted to the other. I liked how the author compared and contrasted the information of the species inside the book, whether it be its habitat, it’s size, how fast it moves, it’s skeleton or what it eats, etc... Each book also has text boxes with Did You Know? Information and some other text boxes with Fun Facts, Bonus Facts, Important Facts that contain interesting information. At the end of the book, is the duel between the species. I find these duels rather comical as they are like watching a WWW match. Every move, every piece of action is written down so it feels as if you are actually there. In the end, there is only one winner. Will it be the one that you had chosen? In Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark, this is the book I liked the most. I could have shown almost every page in this book as there were lots of interesting and informative pages in here. Their teeth sizes, the differences in sizes between the males and females plus the differences in their fin sizes, direction of their fins, how individuals look to these species, how they swim, and their brains. Such great information and boy, did this book spark the conversation. I am definitely picking up a copy of this one for myself. So now I have to wait for the books at the library to come in, can’t wait to see what things I don’t know.