Rainbow Fish: Puffer cries shark / text by Sonia Sander ; illustrations by Benrei Huang.
By: Sander, Sonia.
Contributor(s): Huang, Benrei [ill.] | Pfister, Marcus.Material type: TextSeries: Festival readers: Publisher: [New York] : HarperFestival, c2003Edition: 1st ed.Description: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0694525898; 9780694525898.Other title: Puffer cries shark.Subject(s): Fear -- Fiction | Fishes -- Fiction | Tall tales -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Sharks -- Fiction | Fear -- Juvenile fiction | Tall tales -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Sharks -- Juvenile fiction | Rainbow Fish (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fictionDDC classification: E LOC classification: PZ7.S36 | R35 2003Summary: Puffer loves to tell tall tales and has been known to cry "shark" to get himself out of a bind. But what happens when there really is a shark lurking near the coral reef?
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"Based on the best-selling books by Marcus Pfister"--Cover.
Puffer loves to tell tall tales and has been known to cry "shark" to get himself out of a bind. But what happens when there really is a shark lurking near the coral reef?