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Der Regenbogenfisch - Marcus Pfister
Der Regenbogenfisch
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3.00 15
Format: board book
ISBN: 9783314017070 (3314017073)
Publisher: Nord-Süd-Verlag
Pages no: 12
Edition language: Deutsch
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tvines2 rated it
5.0 Review
This book is a great choice for children because it is colorful and creative for them to read. Each page has a different type of texture the main characters scales to grab the students attention. This story tells the story of a fish that is so prideful about his own scales, but loses friends because...
Miss Majors' Collection
Miss Majors' Collection rated it
4.0 The Rainbow Fish
This book is great for understanding differences between people around us. We may not look the same but may have common interests. I think this book would be good for any grade but for reading purposes it may be good for higher grades because of the language and how many words are on a page. I would...
Children's Literature
Children's Literature rated it
5.0 The Rainbow Fish
Grade Level: Pre-K-K, 1-2, 3-5 Lexile Level: AD410L The rainbow fish is a beautiful fish with many shimmering scales. When his friends come along and ask to have a shimmery scale, he tells all of them no and they all leave him. Then, when he wants to play with them, no one wants to play with him bec...
GreyJordan23 rated it
3.5 The Rainbow Fish
This book is about a fish with very beautiful scales, who is asked to give away one of those scales. The rainbow fish refuses and the other fish claims to never play with the rainbow fish again. So rainbow fish gets advice from the octopus who tells him to share his scales. Once he finds the other l...
Clint rated it
Grade: K Reading Level: AD410L The Rainbow Fish is a great book that focuses on a fish. This fish has to learn how to share with her friends. This is a great book to teach your students that same lesson by small group activities.
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