Friday, November 11, 2016

A Million Fish ... more or less #bookreview

 Who doesn't love a good fish tale? Author Patricia C. McKissack takes us on a fish tale straight from the bayou in A Million Fish ... more or less. This is a fresh look on an old classic. With so many animals - a turkey, snake, gator and more joining in the hilarious journey of catching a million ... or so  fish. Dena Schutzer illustrates this book with vibrant colors making the story jump on the pages. This is a really a fun story!


Hugh Thomas knows that the Bayou Clapateaux is a mighty peculiar place. Why, back in 1903, Papa-Daddy and Elder Abbajon caught a wild turkey that weighed over five hundred pounds . . . more or less.
Five hundred pounds?! Hugh Thomas isn’t so sure about that, until he’s left alone on the bayou with only his fishing pole for company. Soon he catches three fish, and then … a million more! But after meeting up with pirate raccoons, thieving crows, and a crafty cat named Chantilly, Hugh Thomas returns home with just enough fish for breakfast . . . and a fantastic story, of course!

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