“Come on, Rainbow Fish,” they would call. “Come and play with us!”

You Can’t Win Them All, Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. NorthSouth, June ISBN 978-0-7358-4287-8
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Sol and Aqua: Aqua is an aqua-colored fish and is Rainbow Fish's mother. Sol is purple and is Rainbow's dad. They help their daughter and son whatever way they can and will always provide them with great courage. Sol was voiced by whilst Aqua was voiced by .
The Rainbow Fish (Classic Edition) by Marcus Pfister. NorthSouth, June 978-0-7358-4284-7
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Rainbow Fish Fiber Optic HDMI is sleek and elegant. It can be easily hidden when connected between your HDMI-connected products and blends in easily when tucked neatly at the baseboard molding in your home. It’s easy to use and works with all HDMI connected products to your HDTV or 3DTV. Rainbow Fish song. Great book, maybe could compose a different melody to use on Orff instruments.
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Photo provided by FlickrLooking back over 17 years of the Rainbow Fish, do you think he has grown up at all?
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First introduced in The Rainbow Fish in 1992, the title character, who finds happiness when he learns to share his iridescent scales, endeared himself to children and adults alike. Written and illustrated by Swiss author Marcus Pfister and published by NorthSouth Books, that picture book spawned a series of titles across a variety of formats, which have been translated into 50 languages and have sold 30 million copies worldwide. In June, NorthSouth (the U.S. arm of Zurich-based NordSüd Verlag) will be celebrating Rainbow Fish’s 25th birthday with the release of the aquatic star’s eighth paper-over-board storybook, You Can’t Win Them All, Rainbow Fish, and a Classic Edition of the original picture book, featuring a linen binding and a sheet of stickers showcasing Rainbow Fish’s underwater pals and the eponymous character—in all his shining splendor.The Rainbow Fish is an award-winning book about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share. The book is best known for its morals about the value of being an individual and for the distinctive shiny foil scales of the Rainbow Fish.A quarter century ago, that was hardly a common picture-book embellishment, and the expense of including foil stamping was daunting. Recalling that it doubled the cost of producing a copy of Rainbow Fish, the author said that he and his editor at the time, Davy Sidjanski, “had to decide if it was possible to produce the book with foil, and that took quite a bit of time to figure out. It was quite difficult for Davy to decide whether to do the foil, but in the end, we decided that I’d get only 50% of my usual royalties for the book, and that made it work.”The Rainbow Fish is an award-winning book about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share. The book is best known for its morals about the value of being an individual and for the distinctive shiny foil scales of the Rainbow Fish.This is SUCH a fun craft for young children to do. There's something about shiny little scales that just cheer my 2 year old daughter right up! Our rainbow fish has a permanent place of honor on the refrigerator.Heather Lennon, NorthSouth’s managing director, who is spearheading Rainbow Fish’s 25th anniversary campaign, remarked on both the timelessness and the timeliness of Rainbow Fish stories. “The books are universal and, especially now, their messages about being kind, being a good friend, sharing, and being part of a community are so very important,” she said.