Rainbow Fish and the Sea Monster's Cave
Publication Date: 1 January 2009
Boasting the same eye-catching holographic foil stamping of the earlier books in the best-selling series.
Rainbow Fish must brave the Sea Monsters' Cave, rumoured to be the most dangerous place in the ocean, to find healing algae to cure the ailing bumpy-backed fish. Warned by his friends about the dreadful denizens of the deep the giant rock monsters, the five-eyed globe fish, and the horrible creature with a thousand arms Rainbow Fish, accompanied by the little blue fish, musters all his courage and sets out on an exciting quest.
In a satisfying and reassuring conclusion, Rainbow Fish discovers that by confronting his fears, it is possible to overcome them, and that sometimes there are simple, completely non-threatening explanations for fabled dangers.
About the Author
Marcus Pfister lives in Switzerland. He studied art in Berne, and has been a graphic designer and illustrator since leaving college. He worked in Zurich for two years before touring Canada, the USA and Mexico. He is the author and illustrator of many books for North-South, including Penguin Pete, Milo and the Magical Stones and The Sleepy Owl . His style is characterised by the use of simple shapes with soft outlines. The glittering Rainbow Fish is his most popular creation.