Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - All the Fish in the World

Friday, August 20, 2021

Book Review - All the Fish in the World

All the Fish in the World

About the Book
What makes a fish a fish?
  • Trout thinks he knows the answer. ''That's easy! Fish have fins, gills, scales, are shaped like me, and live underwater.''
  • ''Not so fast,'' answers Mudskipper. ''What about a clingfish? They don't have any scales. Or a hagfish? They don't have any fins. Or what about me? I live in and out of the water!''
  • As Trout and Mudskipper explore below and above the world's waters, they are introduced to a multitude of fish in various shapes, colors, and sizes, forcing Trout to rethink his notion of what a fish is.
  • Maybe there is a vast watery world of unimagined possibilities (like a walking fish, or a fish with a transparent head!).
  • And maybe, just maybe, there's not just one way to be a fish but many, many ways!
  • 32-page full-color picture book with dust jacket.
  • Sturdy hardcover binding.
  • Picture book measures 8-3/4'' wide x 11-1/4'' high.

My Take on the Book
This was a fun book that really taught you a ton of information in a fun way. The book walks you through understanding more about the world under the water and especially what it means to be a fish. I found that the book really lets you see the diversity that exists in the world of fish. Every page informs and entertains with great pictures and tons of information. If you have a child that loves to learn, this book will provide. In reading through the book myself, I find that on every page is something new that challenges you to learn something new.

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