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The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
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May 03, 2012

it was amazing

The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister is a wonderful tale with a moral that isn’t too deep even for the smallest
of children to understand. The story belongs to a very vain fish who discovers how rewarding it is to share with others. The eye-catching, holographic foil stamping tells the story of the vain, lonely Rainbow Fish who relinquishes his pride and gives away almost all of his special shiny scales to gain friends. The Rainbow Fish will enchant even the youngest child with his silver scales and heart of gold in this award-winning book about the beautiful fish who learns how to share his most prized possession.

It is a simple story, which teaches children about sharing in a nice and easy way, which they can understand.
It is a good story to teach children about friendship and ways they should treat their friends. After reading the story children can discuss the qualities of a good friend. It allows children to realise that everyone is special and has something unique to offer. A lovely book with really beautiful illustration and small children love the sparkly fish scale.
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