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Little Fish Lost por Nancy Van Laan
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Little Fish Lost (edição 1998)

por Nancy Van Laan (Autor), Jane Conteh-Morgan (Ilustrador)

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Little Fish loses his mother in an African pond and searches everywhere for her, seeing all kinds of animals in the process.
Membro:jkl900
Título:Little Fish Lost
Autores:Nancy Van Laan (Autor)
Outros autores:Jane Conteh-Morgan (Ilustrador)
Informação:Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books (1998), Edition: 1st, 32 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:easy, k-3, rhyme, fiction, nature

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This story reminds me of Finding Nemo. The little fish loses his mother in the ocean and asks every fish it comes across for help. Though it was an adventure, the little fish meets a lot of friends along the way. The little fish eventually finds its mom at the bottom of the ocean. The illustrations were really bright, vibrant and vivid. ( )
  jkl900 | Apr 21, 2018 |
This story is about the little-lost fish who is desperately searching for his mother. Searching for his mother takes him on the beautiful tour under African water to explore a world filled with many different kinds of fish such as “striped fish, freckled fish, whiskered fish and puffy fish.” The little fish also goes to the water edge where many animals with their babies live there. Smart children will notice the little fish’s mother and spot her tail or eye or the yellow dots on her scale on each page, and that can make the reader so excited for the mother and her son reunite. In this story, the print goes up and down, curves and dives which show the little fish’s journey wonderfully. The author uses a simple and respective language, but the unfamiliar names for some animals such as “Jacana, Genet, and more”, in my opinion is infectious. However, the rhyming scheme makes the story as a song “Little fish lost his mother, where was she? Where was she? Little fish lost his mother? Yes, he did.” Young listening will enjoy listening to this book. The illustration with the bright colors, blue, green, yellow, pink, and orange shows the beautiful life under and above the water, and the lovely relationship between moms and their children. ( )
  aalhomed | Aug 25, 2017 |
Little Fish is lost and cannot find his mother. Little Fish searched from the top of the pond to the bottom, but she was no where to be found. He then wanted to give up, but eventually he reunites with his mother and is happy again. The colorful illustrations are wonderful and go along with the text perfectly. If you look carefully in the illustrations, you will see Little Fish's mother hidden on each page. This would be fun for the children to examine the illustrations and try to find her as Little Fish is searching for her, as well. This story tells the readers to never give up, because eventually you will find what you are looking for. Overall, this is a sweet story with wonderful illustrations! ( )
  hjaber | Apr 20, 2016 |
This story is a repetitive story about a fish trying to find his mother. The little fish looks all over the deep sea to find her. Eventually he finds her. This story is very easy to read because of all the repeating. This story actually reminded me a of Finding Nemo. Just like that story a fish was looking for their parent. The fish never gives up and I think children can learn from that. ( )
  TaylorRankins | Sep 29, 2014 |
Little Fish,Lost is a short picture book about a fish who loses his mother. He cannot find her so he travels vary parts of the sea to search her out. Little Fish travels to a beach, a drinking pond, the deep sea, and even his own little fish town. In the end he does find his mom and they go explore the underwater world together.

I noticed that the author loved to use repetition and onomatopoeia throughout the pages. The author repeats the word "no" 3 times several times. I liked the use of onomatopoeia in the story because I think this type of reading is very rare in children's book. Despite most of that, I did not care for the story and the pictures were oddly drawn. ( )
  Remy_Ferrell | Sep 9, 2014 |
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