Fishfishfish by Lee Nordling

Fishfishfish by Lee Nordling

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Paperback, 32 pages
March 1st, 2015 by Graphic Universe (available now on amazon)

This is a wordless picture book with a few comic speech bubbles at the beginning and end. It tells three stories in one. One can read the top panel across the book showing the story of a little yellow fish swimming all alone. The middle panel goes through the book showing a barracuda on the search for food. The bottom panel follows along with a school of fish who band together. You can also read each page top to bottom as the frames interact with each other as the various fish move up or down into another fish's panel. I'm not a big fan of wordless picture books and this doesn't really have a plot. But the illustration is cute and would appeal to young children or elementary age with an interest in marine life.




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