Fish is Fish

Written by Leo Lionni • Illustrated by Leo Lionni

Reviewed by Justin A (age 8)

A tadpole is great friends with the fish. As the days go on, the tadpole turns into a frog. The frog goes out into the world. The frog jumps back into the water and he tells the fish about the world the fish wants to go out into the world. The frog saves the fish. The could not breathe.

When I read this book, it feels like I want to be in the story. It makes me want to go in a pool. This book reminds me of frog and toad because the fish and the frog are friends and the frog and the toad are friends. Itís very sad that the fish leaves because the fish and the frog are friends and the fish lost his friend. My favorite part is when the fish is thinking about the fish flying like birds. He only knows about fish, nothing else. The pictures in the book are pretty.

I recommend this book to people who are interested in fishes. People will like this book because it has funny, weird and sad parts. If you like sea animal books, you will like this one.

Justin A is a student in Annie and Tara's 2nd Grade Class
2008-2009