Fish Tales: The Legend of the Golden Fishes

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While searching for food one day, a legendary golden fish is caught in a fisherman’s net and sold as a household pet. When word gets out of his existence, a deceitful scientist implements an elaborate scheme to steal the fish and place him in the local museum. Enjoy this book as the fish experiences a series of remarkable escapes from death that lead to an extraordinary ending.

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Words: 65,520
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452398754
About Nick Masi

Nick Masi got the idea of writing the first installment of Fish Tales: The Legend of the Golden Fishes when conveying the story of an unfortunate household event. As he continued to tell the story, he decided to craft the occasion into a work of fiction that included non-fiction facts for expanding the reader's curiosity. After publishing the first installment, he decided to venture into a second one, again developing real life experiences into tales, including long ones! His second installment entitled The Case of the Colossal Calamares takes the reader to Mr. Masi's experiences in graduate school, again taking some liberties with fact to create more exciting fiction.

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Review by: Eileen Wirth on Oct. 10, 2011 :
I found the Fish Tales both entertaining and informative. The journey of Mr. Tibbs is a cleverly disguised education in icthamology, the delicate balance of nature, and compassion. This read would be a good choice in suggested reading in our schools. Prego, Mr. Masi!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: george helvey on Oct. 14, 2010 : (no rating)
This is an interesting book for children and provides many informative thoughts about fish behavior.
would recomend this book for its accurate contents.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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