Review of “Tyler the Fish Saves Lake Erie”, by Meaghan Fisher

Tyler the fish

Lake Erie holds a lot of secrets. Being molded from the same origins as the rest of the Great Lakes, it has a history of its own, and many legends that surround it.

Barrels of unknown poisons should not be part of that legacy.

When Tyler and his friends discover these toxins, there is only one thing they can do—get a chain of information going, one that will end up where it will do the most good.

 

What I liked most about this story was the ingenuity of the little fish, Tyler, who had the resolve to take a problem beyond the realm of his own limitations. He saw a problem and did everything in his power to resolve the issue.

Therefore I see this book as not only a good read for youngsters, but also a good lesson for adults as well.

It’s a great story for little ones, who will not only enjoy the story, but will love the wonderful pictures that accompany it. Absolutely charming!

 

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