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Finding Nemo: A Read-Aloud Storybook Hardcover – April 22, 2003
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Experience the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef with Finding Nemo, the story of a clown fish who faces sharks, seabirds, and sewer systems as he tries to rescue his son from a dentists fish tank. Kids can relive all the fun of Disney/Pixars newest animated feature film with this 72-page, full-color Read-Aloud Storybook.
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It starts with a mommy and daddy fish running into a barracuda. On the next page there is only a daddy fish. Obviously, we are supposed to infer that the mommy has been eaten. I guess they thought that saying so would traumatize preschoolers, but you cannot imply things to a preschooler, they won't get it. My four-year-old had no idea what happened. "Where's the mommy fish? Why doesn't it say what happened to the mommy fish?"
It skips back and forth and changes scenes a lot. I have not seen the movie, but I can only guess that they are trying to include references to the best parts, possibly the musical numbers, more than they are trying to follow the plot. Also, the daddy fish is later attacked by sharks then the sharks show up at the end like they're all pals and I have no idea what happened there.
If you want an exact copy of the film, watch the film. Don't look for it in a book. If you want a simple book to read to your young one and appreciate a nicely illustrated book, give this one a chance. It deserves it.