I'm just going to go ahead and tell you: I am one of the crazies that doesn't quite believe Megs are extinct. We don't know anything about the depths of the ocean, so I will not say something like a giant shark can't be out there. They found a fish they thought was extinct swimming off the coast of Australia a few years ago. So I reserve judgment.
Felt a slump coming on so I broke out something I have been saving for such a moment. Loved the movie. Love Megalodons in general. Giant sharks fascinate and terrify me. I bought this entire series, and so far this is really good. It isn't so Michael Crichton that it bores me, but it does have a lot of science in it. This author clearly understands deep sea diving and submersibles. This was definitely a good choice to read while I wait on my Ginsberg audiobook to come up for checkout.
My real Meg tooth is almost 4 inches long. That would make the shark almost 40 feet. Scary, huh?
Good Night Baby Animals teaches us what an animal does in six different stories. Sleep is important for a baby and baby animals. This is true for hamans as well. This book show use though the baby animals what they do during there day.
They explore and what they need to rest as well when the time is right. The author does a good job doing this and showing children and teaching children that sleep and rest is important to all including animals.
The pictures are colorful. They are done wonderfully. They also can tell the story for young children. Parents should have this for their young children to learn about animals and rest.