I Used to Be a Fish
From debut author-illustrator Tom Sullivan comes a surprising and innovative picture book that is both a light introduction to the science of evolution and a tribute to every child's power to dream big.
In I Used to be a Fish, a boy is inspired by a pet fish and fueled by imagination to tell a whimsical version of his own life story, which mirrors the process of human evolution. Children--and adults--will love the Seussian absurdity of this tale.
The book features a timeline of life on earth and an author's note, which includes important facts about evolution.
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About the Author
Tom Sullivan is the author and illustrator of Out There, I Used to Be a Fish, and Blue vs. Yellow. Growing up he loved to read comic books and watch true crime TV shows, and now he feels lucky to be able to combine those interests in Unsolved Case Files. Tom resides with his family in Boston, MA. You can visit him online at www.thomasgsullivan.com.
"With a smart sense of humor and a creative sense of wonder, younger readers are introduced to the cool parts of evolution."--Horn Book (starred review)