Rainbow Fish to the Rescue!

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North-South Books, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
46 Reviews
In this exciting new adventure, Rainbow Fish is torn between his newfound friends and a lonely striped fish who is not allowed to join the group because he lacks a shiny scale. When a dangerous and hungry shark suddenly appears, Rainbow Fish must decide: Should he risk losing his new friends - maybe even his life - for the little stranger?

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Great pictures loved them. - Goodreads
Great pictures, cute story. - Goodreads
It has great illustrations and amazing vocabulary! - Goodreads

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It wasn't as good as the first Rainbow Fish, in my opinion. It had the same concept: looks do not mean anything. It was kind of a reverse Rainbow Fish. I can see someone using it as a read-aloud to ... Read full review

Review: Rainbow Fish to the Rescue!

User Review  - Katie Nanney - Goodreads

It wasn't as good as the first Rainbow Fish, in my opinion. It had the same concept: looks do not mean anything. It was kind of a reverse Rainbow Fish. I can see someone using it as a read-aloud to ... Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Marcus Pfister is the author of the phenomenally successful Rainbow Fish series, as well as many other books for children. He has worked as a graphic artist, a sculptor, a painter, and a photographer as well as a children's book creator. Pfister lives with his family in Berne, Switzerland.

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