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J. Alison James
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Ms. Morris' Classroom Library
Ms. Morris' Classroom Library rated it 2 years ago
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister is about a beautiful fish who learns to make friends by sharing his most prized possessions. He shares his shimmering scales with others. This book has a great theme of sharing, with rainbow-colored foil stamping glitters on every page. Guided Reading: Level M ...
JessicaCRoberts
JessicaCRoberts rated it 2 years ago
Review: This book is all about sharing and friendship. This book is a great way to introduce the importance of sharing with students. The fish in this book feels like he is the only fish in the whole ocean. That is until he shares his shiny scales with some other friends in the ocean and that brings...
Ready Readers
Ready Readers rated it 2 years ago
The Rainbow Fish is a cute and fun tale about happiness and friendliness. This book is known for its art and morally driven story. The leveling system is The Lexile, reading level AD610L. Students can create a beautiful fish with foil papers, paints and construction paper. Once their fish is created...
Ms. Mascia's Classroom Library
Ms. Mascia's Classroom Library rated it 2 years ago
A sweet story about a fish that is learning how to share. A fish is happier when they are sharing with others. Sometimes even sharing their very special sparkly scales. The other friends start to befriend this fish and accept them for who he is, rather than just a pretty sparkly fish, especially now...
Miss Osi's Favorite Books
Miss Osi's Favorite Books rated it 2 years ago
This book was written and illustrated for children. This book is about a fish who finds friendship when he learns how to share.The purpose of this book is to teach children important morals like the importance of sharing and how sharing can bring happiness and acceptance. Therefore, I would incorpor...
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