A miraculous true story of one courageous man's journey from abandonment and abuse to extraordinary success, here is a modern-day, African-American Oliver Twist you will never forget.
©2002 Antwone Q. Fisher; (P)2002 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
Finding Fish is a great and captivating read. I have enjoyed reading it with many of my students
I disliked that this version of the recording cut out parts of the text. In purchasing this version to be able to use in my reading-based class, I was hoping that the whole book would be included in the recording. Much to my surprise, pages upon pages were cut out and skipped, making this almost useless in my classroom.
This book was a hard read, only because of the context of the book. The story was good and was inspiring. The narrater did a good job at making the story come alive. The only negative thing I found in the quality was the sound, it almost sounded like a tin can but it was not that bad. The story was good but I wanted to hear more at the end, I guess you could say that it was so good that I didn't want it to end; but it did seem to end too soon.
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