Have you EVER seen a fish with fingers? No? Well, neither had the fish at the bottom of the ocean . . . until they caught sight of Barry! From the masterminds that brought you Supertato, Norman and No-Bot!
Fish come from all over the ocean to see Puffy the Puffer Fish's amazing bubbles. Big bubbles, small bubbles, square bubbles . . . they've never seen anything quite so amazing!
That is until Barry arrives on the scene. Barry is a fish with fingers and he's going to put them to good use. The fish are amazed. Life under the sea will never be the same again . . .
This crazy deep-sea caper is sure to be a hit with all the kids!
Look out for more hilarious stories from picture book superstars Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet:
Supertato: Veggies Assemble
Supertato: Run, Veggies, Run!
Supertato: Evil Pea Rules
Supertato: Veggies in the Valley of Doom
Supertato: Carnival Catastro-Pea
Supertato: Bubbly Troubly
Other Supertato books:
Supertato Sticker Activity Book
Supertato Super Squad
Supertato Sticker Skills (coming May 2021)
Selected other titles by Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet:
Barry the Fish with Fingers and the Hairy Scary Monster
Norman the Slug with the Silly Shell
Keith the Cat with the Magic Hat
Doug the Bug that went Boing!
I Need a Wee!
No-Bot the Robot with No Bottom
No-Bot the Robot's New Bottom
Hendra's (Monsters Don't Eat Broccoli) extended play on words (where else would fish fingers come from?) provides TV cartoon flavored entertainment for the very young. Barry, a cheerful blue fish, appears with 10 fish fingers which look like they've been fried to golden perfection and shows Sea Slug and a group of bored fish the many things fingers can do. "With fingers I can... Knit a scarf! Count to ten! Type a letter! Make a paper chain!" Even better, Barry's fingers can also point to danger, as when a crate of Pirate Jack's Tasty Fish Sticks falls to the ocean floor. Thanks to Barry's warning, all the fish get out of the way in time and are shortly equipped with fingers of their own. Hendra's big flat fish and tropical colors shine out from the deep blue of the ocean water, while googly eyes and varying shapes provide lots of visual interest. Not much happens, but this unrelentingly cheerful outing at least has the virtue of being free of conflict it's G-rated bedtime reading for even the littlest sardines. Ages 4 8.