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Louis the Fish by Arthur Yorinks
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Dec 04, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: art, childrens-fiction, fantasy, surrealism, creativity-imagination

Louis is the son of butcher shop owners who cannot stand the sight of meat. When his parents pass away, he takes over the business. Surrounded by meat, Louis develops a love for fish. Surrealistic illustrations paint a dreadful nightmare of meat chasing monsters, and then Louis magically awakes as a fish-- a salmon to be exact. Great book for stimulating a child's creativity and imagination.

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