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Something Fishyby Unknown
Rainbow Morning Music
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Exploring a delightful world of truly exotic and unusual sea creatures, Something Fishyis filled with intriguing facts about an array of fish and animals that live in or near the water. Written entirely in verse, Barry Louis Polisar's witty and thought-provoking poems introduce children to some of the oddest creatures in the animal kingdom, including many rare and endangered species. Children will be captivated by the lively illustrations, while laughing and learning at the clever rhymes.
Barry Louis Polisar, a pioneer in the world of books and music for children, is a four-time Parents Choice Award winner and the author of the Rainbow Morning Music Picture Books series and numerous books, including We’re Not Kidding! He has written songs for Sesame Street and the Weekly Reader, and has been featured regularly on the Learning Channel. His song “All I Want Is You” was featured on the Grammy Award–winning soundtrack to the movie Juno. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. David Clark is a nationally syndicated cartoonist whose work is featured many newspapers, including the Washington Post. He is a winner of the Reuben Award for Newspaper Illustration from the National Cartoonist Society and has illustrated almost all of Barry’s books, including Peculiar Zoo, Snakes and the Boy Who Was Afraid of Them, and The Snake Who Was Afraid of People. He lives in Luray, Virginia.