Big Al and Shrimpy / Andrew Clements ; [illustrated by] Yoshi.
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- ISBN: 1416903666 :
- ISBN: 9781416903666
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 22 x 26 cm
- Publisher: New York : Aladdin Paperbacks, 2005.
Shrimpy learns that even though he may be small, he can still make a big difference to his friend, Big Al. In this sequel to Big Al, Andrew Clements's very first book, we meet Shrimpy, the smartest fish in the sea. But he's so small the other fish want nothing to do with him, except for Big Al, who understands what it's like to feel different. But when Big Al gets into trouble, it's Shrimpy's brains that save the day. Poor Shrimpy! He may be the smartest fish in the sea, but he's also the smallest. Who would want to be friends with such a teeny, tiny fish? Big Al, that's who! Big Al remembers what it feels like to to be an outsider, and he and Shrimpy become best friends. And when Big Al finds himself in danger, it's Shrimpy's smart thinking that saves the day -- and wins Shrimpy the respect and affection of other fish.
|Target Audience Note:||
AD 550 Lexile.
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|Subject:||Friendship > Fiction.
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