One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Bibliographic Information: Seuss. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,. New York: Beginner ; Distributed by Random House, 1960.

Brief Annotation: Two children go on a journey to find funny things from here to there, there to here. The children finds different creatures who has funny characteristics and they find them everywhere.

Genre: Fantasy

Grade Level: K-1

Readers who will like this: Children who like repetition in books or who has great imaginations.

Rating/Response: 3 This book is great for grade levels K-1 because it is an easy book to learn about colors, numbers, shapes, repetition, and many adjectives.

One question you would ask before a read aloud: Has anyone gone on a journey or traveled somewhere besides your city?

Reading Strategy: First Day

Rationale for Strategy: This book is great for a first day because it will allow students to brush on their colors and numbers. It is a fun read and children will love the repetition throughout the book. This book will also allow students to have a bigger imagination.

Posted by: Lisa Lor

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