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@Free Ebook Ä Adam Sharp, Swimming with the Sharks (Adam Sharp, Book 3) Õ Something Is Sinking The World S Ships Eight Year Old Super Spy Adam Sharp Dives Right In To Figure Out What S Going On But He Never Expected To See Huge Robot Sharks Biting Holes In The Bottom Of The Ships And He Certainly Never Expected To See The Words MADE IN BERMUDA On The Sharks Metal Bellies Maybe I should stop reading children s books with less than 50 pages because I am clearly not the target reader here I couldn t help it though when I was scanning my bookshelf and saw the thin paperback sticking out Given to my brother once upon a time from his school I read the back and thought hey this could be a quick read I might enjoy.I did enjoy it slightly Swimming with Sharks was cheesy and amusing because it was cheesy Adam Sharp is an elementary school kid who is constantly donning a tuxedo and from the very first page appears to be able to do anything perfectly He s a spy so that s hardly surprising, these clandestine agencies only take the best right Pulled out of a soccer game to take on an urgent mission the story is set shipping containers from all major regions of the globe are being sunk and their cargo stolen Chopsticks from China, snow shoes from Russia, and boomerangs from Australia oh and lets not forget the bubblegum from the USA this cracked me up Its up to Adam to figure out what s going on.Certainly not a series I ll be continuing but will admit children under 10 might enjoy Adam Sharp certainly someone I can t see many kids relating to but he is someone they wouldn t mind becoming, stepping into his shoes and donning a tuxedo He can play sports, ace tests, and outsmart the bad guy while looking very smug and well dressed. Weird writing very stiff and proper until the surfer talk begins A very short chapter book, but too many big words for a new reader who would appreciate the color, pictures, and large type However, my 6yo enjoyed my reading to him, soof these are in my future.