Boomer isn't like other sharks. Instead of scaring all the other fish in the sea he would rather make friends with everyone.
This book provides examples of:
- All-Loving Hero: Boomer
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Every animal but the Hammerhead sharks get a free pass.
- Animal Talk
- Anthropomorphic Zig-Zag: Boomer's fins are used as hands.
- Artistic License: The sharks are brightly colored, plus Boomer is friendly.
- Friendly, Playful Dolphin: Averted; though it's justified the dolphin was Genre Savvy enough to see the Threatening Shark come into play, though it itself was inverted.
- Friend to All Living Things: Boomer the Hammerhead shark of all things is this.
- Living Toys: Possibly Subverted, but unlike the only other shark seen the illustrations of Boomer show him to be a little bug eyed by comparision and he seems to have stitching from head to tail like his toy.
- Medium Blending: Sort of every character but the sharks are colored quit simply with the sharks being more colorful then they would be in real life.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Boomer may be nice but he's still a shark and he shows it when he saves a dolphin.
- Picture Book
- Threatening Shark: Inverted. Boomer just wants to be friends with everyone.
- Toy: Just like it's sister book this one comes with a toy of The Protagonist.
- Unusual Animal Alliance: Boomer the shark wants to make friends with everyone. He then succeeds with several different animals.
Remember kids fish are friends not food!