Fast and Slow: Fish (Wild World)

Fast and Slow: Fish (Wild World)

Eric Geron


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Ready, set, go! Did you ever wonder which animals are the fastest… and the slowest?

All fish can move! But how do these animals actually go from place to place? Sea horses can swim upside down. Sharks use their tails to propel themselves through the water. Manta rays flap their fins up and down to swim. Batfish can use their fins to walk on the ocean floor. Which animal do you think would win in a race? Look inside to discover which of the ten fish in this book are super slow and which ones are really fast!


Kids can’t get enough animal facts! Starting with the slowest animal in each group — amphibians, birds, fish, mammals, and reptiles — readers will want to read to the end as the ten animals listed get faster and faster. All the books in this brand-new series brim with colorful photographs and fascinating facts about the featured animals´ body, diet and habitat. Short blocks of text entertain and explain why some animals are super slow while others are really fast!


Eric Geron:
Eric Geron was born and raised in Summit, New Jersey, and earned a creative writing degree from the University of Miami. He lives in Los Angeles, California. You can find him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @EricGeron.