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The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
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Jul 11, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: children, picture-books

I personally love this book, despite the fact that other people are so outraged by it. I find it kind of funny that people seem to be reaching for meanings, maybe as a means to back up their own personal feelings about things. Anyways....

The Rainbow Fish is very vain and thinks he's better than the other fish because he is so beautiful. He learns that being the most beautiful fish is not what is really important. I won't spoil it, but I think it's a great book and teaches valuable lessons.
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message 1: by Jo (new)

Jo There are other ways to teach this lesson,he coud of stayed beautiful and become a nice person one doesnt negate the other!


message 2: by Kenni (new) - added it

Kenni thank you for a review that wasn't ridiculous. I'm amazed how serious parents are when they read into kids books to much.


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