Survival of the Fittest (Hardcover)

Survival of the Fittest By Rebecca Donnelly, Misa Saburi (Illustrator) Cover Image

Survival of the Fittest (Hardcover)

By Rebecca Donnelly, Misa Saburi (Illustrator)


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In this high-interest full-color graphic novel chapter book, embark on an engineering extravaganza and discover all that animals can do in a science competition!

7 fierce animal competitors
2 shark judges
1 winner
Who will come out on top?

Survival of the Fittest: the game show where animal contestants pitch the latest and greatest in scientific innovation to a panel of shark judges! Animals of all sizes and skills compete to see who can come up with the most useful, most creative, most brilliant design for a product based on something that exists in the natural world. Today's theme is: engineering.

Filled with interesting information, awesome visuals, and funny dialogue, this new series by nonfiction maven Rebecca Donnelly is Shark Tank made literal. Swim along - and try not to get chomped by the Chomp! Buzzer.

Rebecca Donnelly was born in England and has lived in California, Florida, and New Mexico. She has an MA in Humanities and a Master’s in Library and Information Science. She is the author of many best-loved books for children, including Cats Are a Liquid (nominated for the Mewbery Award), How Slippery Is a Banana Peel?, and Super Spaghetti. Her debut middle-grade novel, How to Stage a Catastrophe, was an Indies Introduce/Kids’ Indie Next pick. Rebecca lives in and writes from northern New York.

Misa Saburi was born in Sleepy Hollow, New York, and raised in Tokyo, Japan. She currently lives in Brooklyn where she illustrates children's books, including Monster Trucks and Bearnard's Book, written by Deborah Underwood.
Product Details ISBN: 9781250805317
ISBN-10: 1250805317
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Publication Date: April 23rd, 2024
Pages: 112
Language: English
Series: Survival of the Fittest
★ "Shark Tank has nothing on this wild creature smackdown." – Kirkus, starred review