Trick or Treat, Pout-Pout Fish

A Short And Sweet Mini Adventure Especially Created To Introduce The Youngest Guppies To The Popular Pout Pout FishIt S Halloween Under The Sea Mr Fish Is Wearing His Costume, But What Is He Dressed As A Goblin An Astronaut In Space A Pirate At The Helm Of The Spooky Submarine Tiny Tots Will Love Swimming Along With Mr Fish As He Turns Little Pouts Into Big SmilesWith Just One Line Of Text Per Page, This Simple, Page Board Book Will Send Debbie Diesen And Dan Hanna S Much Loved Pout Pout Fish Flippering And Swishing Into The Hearts And Minds Of Very Young ChildrenTrick or Treat, Pout-Pout Fish

Deborah Diesen is the author of The Pout Pout Fish, a rhyming children s picture book illustrated by Dan Hanna and published by Farrar Straus Giroux Her book The Barefooted, Bad Tempered Baby Brigade was published by Tricycle Press She lives in Michigan Visit her web site at and her blog at jumpingthecandlestick.blogspot.comhttp author debora

[EPUB] ✴ Trick or Treat, Pout-Pout Fish By Deborah Diesen –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 7 pages
  • Trick or Treat, Pout-Pout Fish
  • Deborah Diesen
  • English
  • 12 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Trick or Treat, Pout-Pout Fish

  1. says:

    Me Two starsTwo year old son Three or Four

  2. says:

    It doesn t say pout pout fish throughout the book Disappointed

  3. says:

    We love Pout Pout fish

  4. says:

    My kids loved pout pout I ve read it multiple times

  5. says:

    The Pout Pout fish at Halloween Cute story.

  6. says:

    As with the others, I love the funny stuff hidden within the art work, such as labels for candy etc Fun board book.

  7. says:

    Mama read this to me last night We didn t like it as much as the other Pout Pout Fish books it was very short and didn t have much of a story.

  8. says:

    A hideous fish celebrates Halloween.I guess this is part of a series and maybe reading the first book would have been a good prep for experiencing this one, but even so I m sorry but the art is just not very attractive It also felt like it was trying to be clever but mostly I wanted to get through it so we could look at Sandra Boynton or Joyce Wan or Amy Krouse Rosenthal.

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