The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark by Ken Geist, 2007, Scholastic, Inc.
The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark by Ken Geist and illustrated by Julia Gorton is a pleasant fairytale picturebook with a twist to the classic three little pigs tale. To find out about this whimsical and ridiculous take on the three little pigs and what happens with the big bad shark and three little fish, take a loot at this entertaining book. This is an important book because it takes a well known story that most every kid knows and puts a special twist in it. This twist keeps young readers engaged and wanting more. Because of all of this, this could be considered a very quality book with good diversity. This is great for the reader who loves the original three little pigs tale, and especially a young child who likes playful stories. Readers who are interested in fish and under the sea would especially find this book appealing.
- Lesson plan
- Activity – act it out! (Library Palooza)
- If you liked The Three Little Fish, check out No Lie, Pigs (and Their Houses) Can Fly!: The Story of the Three Little Pigs as Told by the Wolf by Jessica Gunnerson