[PDF/EBOOK] Ugly Fish author Kara LaReau


10 thoughts on “Ugly Fish

  1. says:

    About ten years ago I happened on a complete auarium kit at a yard sale for only eight bucks What a deal right? Of course it meant a trip to

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    The eponymous Ugly Fish enjoys having his tank to himself in this darkly amusing picture book from author Kara LaReau and illustrator Scott Magoon Each new fish that is added to the tank is eaten by our ugly piscine hero until loneliness pro

  3. says:

    I liked this story but oddly I never caught on that it was a story about bullying until I read the author information on the back flap of the dust jacket I just thought it was a story about how the tables can be turned on

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    Six and four year old love this one though to be honest I think the fact that they own a fish tank made them the think the moral of the story was Of COURSE you don't put fish with big mouths into the same tank as littler fish rather than an anti bullyingyou get what's coming to you message that was obviously intended ; great illustrations and a fun read aloud to make different voices for each fish

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    Epic Definitely caught my listener's attentionAlways a pleasure this time my listener acted it out

  6. says:

    This is a humorous book about bullying and karma interesting uote Ugly Fish chased Teensy Fish around the tank And then he ate him pp 9 10 unpaged

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    Ugly Fish is the RULER of his tank and he likes having things his own way He likes having his flakes each day and he likes swimming around but what he doesn't like is sharing any of those things with other fishWhen they enter the tank with their friendly smiles and happy attitudes he has a very special way of dealing with themHe EATS THEMUgl

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    Great illustrations and a cautionary tale everyone sometimes needs to be reminded of regardless of their age If you act like a jerk someone is going to settle your hash sooner or later Now rest assured Ms Lareau does not use language like 'jerk' anywhere in this book Instead it is about a pretty but greedy fish who did not want to share his home despite repeated attempts to provide him with friends When he finally come

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    Ugly Fish is an onlyfish until one day a new fish appears in his tank He chases it around and then eats it Ditto the next roommate a

  10. says:

    Loved the pictures good moral entertaining story The kids laughed a few times and enjoyed the anticipation of discovering w

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Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Kara LaReau

Ugly Fish

Ugly Fish is ugly and big and mean and he won't share his driftwood tunnel or his special briny flakes with anyone And that means the wimpy little fish who keep. The eponymous Ugly Fish enjoys having his tank to himself in this darkly amusing picture book from author Kara LaReau and illustrator Scott Magoon Each new fish that is added to the tank is eaten by our ugly piscine hero until loneliness prompts him to try a new tack Unfortunately for him the new addition to the tank Shiny Fish is just like him only biggerThe ending of Ugly Fish is sure to raise some eyebrows amongst those who expect picture book fare to be sweet and light with edifying morals For those who enjoy Jon Klassen style tales with a dark pointed sense of humor however it will probably be just the ticket Parents and librarians be warned the ending here view spoilerUgly Fish is eaten by Shiny Fish hide spoiler

review Ugly Fish

Showing up in his tank have got to go But then one day someone bigger and uglier and maybe even meaner arrives and suddenly Ugly Fish isn't feeling uite so con. This is a humorous book about bullying and karma interesting uote Ugly Fish chased Teensy Fish around the tank And then he ate him pp 9 10 unpaged

Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Kara LaReau

Fident any From Kara LaReau author of the Rocko and Spanky series here is an irreverent and terrifically funny book about a bully who at last gets his comeuppan. Great illustrations and a cautionary tale everyone sometimes needs to be reminded of regardless of their age If you act like a jerk someone is going to settle your hash sooner or later Now rest assured Ms Lareau does not use language like jerk anywhere in this book Instead it is about a pretty but greedy fish who did not want to share his home despite repeated attempts to provide him with friends When he finally comes around to the idea that it might be nice to have some company his next friend isn t much interested in him She presents the tale in a way that both surprises and horrifies through in many repeated presentations at story time kids love this story and understand it they aren t scared or horrified Parents and other adults sometimes react in surprise and horror because the outcome is not saccharine as most kids books

  • Hardcover
  • 40
  • Ugly Fish
  • Kara LaReau
  • English
  • 12 October 2018
  • 9780152050825

About the Author: Kara LaReau

Kara LaReau was born and raised in Connecticut She received her Masters in Fine Arts in Writing Literature and Publishing from Emerson College in Boston Massachusetts and later worked as an editor at Candlewick Press and at Scholastic Press Among other celebrated titles she edited Kate DiCamillo’s Because of Winn Dixie The Tale of Despereaux The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and the