Rainbow Fish by Gail Donovan
A Fishy Story

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Synopsis

Puffer loves nothing better than entertaining the class with a good story. But when Angel, the new fish in class, arrives, it becomes clear that some of Puffer's claims just aren't true. How can Puffer win back his friends' trust?
 

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Published August 1, 2001 by Rebound by Sagebrush. 24 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Rainbow Fish asks Mommy to stay and promise she’ll never leave, but even that promise isn’t enough.

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Rainbow Fish & Friends kicks off with a quartet of titles by Gail Donovan, illus. by David Austin Clar Studio, that introduce the students in Miss Cuttle's underwater class. Tug mimics everything R

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Rainbow Fish & Friends kicks off with a quartet of titles by Gail Donovan, illus.

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When his greed leaves him without friends or admirers, the lonely fish seeks advice from the wise octopus, who counsels him to give away his beauty and ``discover how to be happy.'' The translation from the original German text doesn't enhance the story's predictable plot, and lapses into somewha...

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The star of several picture books, Rainbow Fish is back in his first pop-up book, with the sparkling protagonist meeting some other aquatic creatures.

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Marcus Pfister's Rainbow Fish keeps on swimming in the Rainbow Fish Floor Puzzle Book.

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The hologram-hued hero of The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister will now glitter and shimmer in even younger hands, in a new board book edition.

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Readers will remember how he learned to share in the original tale (The Rainbow Fish), doling out his shimmering scales to all the have-nots, and this story finds him and his sparkling school of friends at play--but bent on excluding a little striped fish who wants to join in all their games.

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Rainbow Fish & Friends kicks off with a quartet of titles by Gail Donovan, illus. by David Austin Clar Studio, that introduce the students in Miss Cuttle's underwater class. Tug mimics everything R

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