Pablo, a devious and mischievous fish, continuously tells his peers there is a shark near his school. He is faced with many consequences and learns the important lessons of trust and honesty.
This is a story dealing with moral concepts aimed at young children. It involves a degree of drama that aims to reinforce the key message.
The main story is in Spanish and an English translation follows.
An absolutely lovely children’s book, emphasizing a classic message that is likely to resonate with young children. The text is accompanied by masterfully executed illustrations made by Rachel Cheung. The illustrations are a perfect accompaniment to a lovely story that is likely to be enjoyed by children in both the English and Spanish versions.
- Dr Alberto Iaia
Marine mayhem!!! A captivating and moralistic tale with timeless relevance.
- Phil Pyle
About the Author
As high school students studying Spanish, Rachel Cheung and Marina Moreno Earle were inspired to create a children’s story in both English and Spanish through their achievements so far in our Spanish class. They both hope to teach the importance of honestly to children and help Spanish learners practice their reading skills.