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The Little Black Fish reviewed by armadillo

This is a beautiful and compelling book with strong and important allegorical messages. Written in the 60s by noted Iranian social critic, teacher and author Samad Behrangi, it was banned in pre-revolutionary Iran for its political thrust. The story of the little black fish is told by an old fish to her twelve thousand grandchildren. The fish of the title is curious and impatient. He cannot understand why he should follow what all the other…

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Kind words from Jackie Morris about The Little Black Fish

Jackie Morris has updated her facebook page about The little Black Fish. She wrote: This book is a must for all schools. A book for all who dare to be different. And Tiny Owl are different. Blogging about this glorious book in next couple of days. Love it. It swims against the shallow tide of this offerings from many publishers today with a book that has already survived many years in an ocean of stories…

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