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Once Upon a Fishbowl Summary ☆ 105 Õ Once Upon a Fishbowl is an imaginative book a parable an allegory which playfully captures a very human story but one which is set in the marine world of fishThe story parallels the biography of Serena Williams the tennis player as it recounts the unfolding life of a blue fish named Selena Gilliums and her uEry and the fight for Civil Rights in the fictional ocean country called The United Shoals of Americlam while weaving the athletic rise in contemporary times of Selena Gilliam It celebrates the journey of tribulations frustration and eventual triumph of a larger than whale spirit of Selena who rises above all the obstacles to become the fish which was the GOAT Greatest of All Time in Bubble BallThe book does not merely trace Serena's life or past history though It showcases many issues which are as relevant today as a hundred years ago gender discrimination religious discrimination class discrimination our fights against fellow humans based on stereotypes and nationality our blatant plundering of environment our pollution footprint a very sobering reminder from a f.
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Ish narrator Even the book's tagline Are Fish Racist Are they following human footstepsis a haunting reminder to us all about our responsibility and irresponsibility toward nature and all which surrounds usThe book is replete with delightful puns a very sophisticated use of English language and a large number of fish drawings sketched by the author and scattered throughout the book There are also these cute explanatory notes for humans who may not know the inner workings of the marine world and a comical glossaryThis metaphorical biopic is a wonderful work of art and creativity from a very young precocious author It will inspire people of all ages to reflect on the importance of overcoming our prejudices and rising above our superficial differences to truly be huma.
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Once Upon a FishbowlOnce Upon a Fishbowl is an imaginative book a parable an allegory which playfully captures a very human story but one which is set in the marine world of fishThe story parallels the biography of Serena Williams the tennis player as it recounts the unfolding life of a blue fish named Selena Gilliums and her uest to be the ocean wide fish champion in the game of Bubble Ball a game fish play in water with their fins using oily air bubbles And why blue fish Because the ocean of Aria's imagination has fish of 2 colors blue and yellow Just as humans consciously and subconsciously engage in discrimination based on skin color the fish in this world discriminate based on fin colors they engage in fishism The book skillfully traces the long struggle against fishism fish slav.