The Birthday Fish
Macmillan, Jun 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
Cynthia loved ponies. All she could think about was ponies. Every birthday Cynthia wished for a pony and every birthday she got something else.
An adorable new picture book about an unlikely friendship
Cynthia has always wanted a pony of her very own and is sure her parents will give her one for her birthday. But to her dismay, they give her a goldfish instead. Determined to get rid of it, she puts the fish in her doll stroller and sets off toward the lake. But during the walk, Cynthia discovers that this is a little fish with a big personality- could it be even better than having a pony?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kbenis1 - LibraryThing
I originally choose this story because I have gotten fish for my birthday in the past but by reading the first page I got a general since of the overall story. It opens with ‘Cynthia loves ponies’ and ... Read full review
Review: The Birthday FishUser Review - Alyssa - Goodreads
3.75 stars. Sweet and funny story about a girl learning to love her pet goldfish, even though it isn't a pony. Read full review