|Number of Pages||288|
|Length of Recording||6|
|Grade Range||5 –|
What grade level is fish in a tree?
Best For: Kids ages 8 – 13, but the book is relevant for older teen readers, too. What It’s About: Sixth grader Ally Nickerson has always dreaded school. She’s been called “dumb” and “loser” by her fellow students and considered a troublemaker by her teachers.
Is fish in a tree a true story?
Lynda Mullaly Hunt’s Fish in a Tree is a fictitious novel about three kids: Ally, Keisha, and Albert, who “set the world on fire” as they overcome challenges and conflicts. The plot begins with Ally refusing to try at school because of her learning disabilities.
What is the moral of the story fish in a tree?
Everybody is smart in different ways. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid.” Ally has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people.