Ultimately, what makes The Little Black Fish such an engaging story " likely in any medium " is the fact that it's about curiosity, nonconformity and bravery. If the reader can't recognize himself or herself in the little black fish, then s/he can certainly see qualities to covet and admire. The piscine heroine's odyssey is entertaining and enlightening, and when trying to think of something else to which I could compare it, my thoughts drifted to Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken," at least in terms of its initial message about casting aside society's expectations and conventions for an effort to be true to oneself. Read Full Review
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