The Little Black Fish by Samad Behrangi is a story of bravery and adventure. The Little Black Fish sets out on a journey to discover where his stream ends. He did not listen to the advice of his mother and neighbors about sticking to the stream but went out to explore the world. As a result, he found many new animals such as the frog, deer, crab and the harmful pelicans. The illustrations by Farshid Mesghali were unique. The pictures were mostly black and white with a few colors highlighted. This is a good book to inculcate a spark of adventure in little ones (5-7 years old). Thank you to Netgalley and Myrick Marketing & Media, LLC for the ARC. Rating: 5/5 Publication date: 16 April 2019 The Little Black Fish was originally published in 1968. Did you read this book? What do you think?
In the age of climate change and global warming, ‘to bloom or not to bloom’, is an important question every flower should ask itself before blooming. This the story is about a tulip who ponders whether to bloom or not. The Baby Bud had a terrible experience when he bloomed for the first time. His parents are worried that he might not bloom at all this Spring and miss the wonder of Spring. Will the Baby Bud bloom or not? Read more at https://www.wattpad.com/715981660-to-bloom-or-not-to-bloom