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The Little Blue Fish

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A timeless parable about learning. You learn from new experiences, questions and challenges. Think outside the box and embrace those things that make you question the truth.
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Published November 29th 2013 by Helium City Publishers (first published September 6th 2013)
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Barbara Ann
May 23, 2014 Barbara Ann rated it really liked it
The school master teaches his school of blue fish that one and one is one. Each day they enthusiastically recite that answer to any of the creatures in the seas that they meet like the yellow fish, octopus or cuttlefish. But one day a little red fish comes along and disagrees. She insists that one and one makes three. They discover that they are both mistaken.No one is perfect and we can always learn something new by listening to another.

This book will appeal to toddlers and preschoolers. There
May 25, 2014 Nichole rated it it was amazing
My Nephew loved this!

A great and easy lesson any child can learn! Love the introduction of the cast at the end! Very colorful and easy to read!
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I came to live in the United States less than two years after my birth in Havana Cuba. I grew up in Colorado and dreamed about being a writer from a very early age. The first science fiction book I read was called "Time of the Great Freeze" by Robert Silverberg. I was probably most influenced by the writings of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the original author of many Tarzan books who also wrote the John ...more
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