Very soon, the Rainbow Fish is surrounded by the other fish requesting scales and he shares one of his shiny silver scales with each of them. Soon, everyone in the ocean has one shiny scale, including The Rainbow Fish.
What is Rainbow Fish Story?
The Rainbow Fish is the story of a beautiful, colorful, and shiny fish with metallic scales that lives in the sea. Rainbow Fish loves his scales so much; he does not want to share them when asked by a blue fish. The blue fish is so hurt by Rainbow’s Fishes’ refusal to share that he no longer wants to be around him.
Who did the Rainbow Fish go to for advice?
He goes to the wise octopus for advice, and she tells him to give away his scales. Rainbow Fish reluctantly gives away all but one of his scales. In the end, he is less beautiful than he was before, but he has new friends and is now the happiest fish in the sea.
What is the problem in Rainbow Fish?
First event is when Rainbow Fish’s friend confronts him about getting one of his shiny scales. However, the problem is that Rainbow Fish doesn’t want to give away his scales and now his friends won’t talk to him. Second event is when the Rainbow Fish goes to talk to the octopus for advice on what to do.
Why did Marcus Pfister write the rainbow fish?
Then one day, I had a copy of The Sleepy Owl by my desk, and I looked closely at that character, and I realized I could create a fish character that would be quite similar to the owl. So the feathers became scales. And then I began thinking about the story, and I came up with the idea of a colorful fish.
What’s the moral of the rainbow fish?
The Rainbow Fish is such a story, a classic that embodies the simple, yet universal message: sharing makes us happy. … His choice not to share soon makes Rainbow Fish a lonely fish. He discovers, in the end, that in sharing his scales, not only does he bring a smile to others, but he feels happy as well.