My Rainbow Fish Book Box

My Rainbow Fish Book Box

Multiple copy pack Rainbow Fish

By (author) Marcus Pfister

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  • Publisher: North-South Books
  • Format: Multiple copy pack | 20 pages
  • Dimensions: 114mm x 170mm x 76mm | 612g
  • Publication date: 28 October 2011
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0735840237
  • ISBN 13: 9780735840232
  • Illustrations note: Full Colour throughout
  • Sales rank: 26,120

Product description

Three bestselling Rainbow Fish titles in board book formats! Packaged in a sturdy little suitcase with a handle to take wherever you go. This adorable little box contains board book adaptations of The Rainbow Fish, Rainbow Fish to the Rescue, and Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea.

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Marcus Pfister's Rainbow Fish books have sold millions of copies worldwide since 1992. They are available in a variety of formats, including hardcover, board book, cloth book, and bath book.

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Praise for "The Rainbow Fish" ""This is certainly a story written to convey a message, but in its simplicity, it recalls the best of Lionni. Besides, what three-year-old doesn't need reinforcement about sharing? ""-School Library Journal on the original publication of The Rainbow Fish in 1992. Praise for "Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Blue Sea" ""The intrepid ocean-dweller ventures into uncharted waters in pursuit of his silver scale, which has fallen off. Though his pals warn him against the unknown, he's helped by various denizens of the deep who 'looked different, but...turned out to be wonderful friends.'"" (Copyright 2010 by The Horn Book, Incorporated, Boston. All rights reserved.) Praise for "Rainbow Fish to the Rescue" "."..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. Rainbow Fish is a little ashamed, remembering as he does what it feels like to have no friends. So when a shark appears and imperils the dejected interloper, it's Rainbow Fish who leads the rescue mission."" (Sept.) Publishers Weekly (07/17/1995):