A Fish Named Glub
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fish living in a fish bowl? If you read this story you will find out the answer to that question and discover much more. The story takes place in a diner and the main character Glub lives inside his fish bowl. Glub has many big questions about life like “Who am I? Where do I come from? What do I need? What is a home? What do I do? Where do I belong?” Those questions get answered by listening to the customers in the diner. The customers including Foster and his family find answers to many of their life questions by watching Glub in his bowl all alone. I didn’t really like the illustrations in the story because I thought they were sort of strange and not real looking. The story didn’t keep my attention because I found the illustrations distracting and a difficult to follow storyline for a 6 year old. If I could change anything I would change the type of illustrations. The story would have kept my attention better with different illustrations.
|Author||Dan Bar-el, Josee Bisaillon, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Kids Can Press|
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