I am a Fish by Isabel Otter – Book Review

I am a Fish by Isabel Otter – Book Review

I am a Fish by Isabel Otter

I am a Fish

Author – Isabel Otter
Illustrator – Fernando Martín
Publisher – Caterpillar Books
Pages – 32
Released – 4th March 2021
ISBN-13 – 978-1838910464
Format – hardcover
Rating – 5 Stars
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Synopsis

Take a tour of the underwater kingdom. Say hello to the biggest and smallest fish in the world and meet some unexpected members of the fish family.

The world beneath the waves is waiting to be explored!

Review by Stacey

I am a Fish is a hardback factual book by author Isabel Otter that teaches children about the biology of a fish, different types of fish, how they swim, what they eat, etc.

The book is beautifully illustrated in bright colours that show off the factual information and help children to understand what the author is talking about.

There are numerous facts on each page and all are written in an easy-to-understand style with the wording spot-on for the level of reader the book is aimed at.

For any child that might want to learn about the sea and the fish within it, this would make a fabulous book to purchase. It would even be a valuable asset to have at primary school, especially for fish-themed projects.

I enjoyed the read and even as an adult I learned a thing or two as well, such as I’d never heard of a tiny fish called a Stout Infantfish which only lives for two months. Want to know more? Well, you will have to grab a copy.

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Author Info

Isabel Otter is a children’s book editor and writer. She grew up in rural Herefordshire and is happiest climbing mountains in muddy boots. Isabel loves weaving stories and writing about the world around her.

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