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Fish Out of Water Hardcover – October 20, 2017
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Carole's beautiful illustrations bring to life the girl, her animal friends, and her inner voice who encourages her to look beyond the negativity that surrounds her. Many of us can recall someone in our life whose negative attitude or condescending tone set us back temporarily. Overcoming that set back required us to rely on our confidence and support of the others in order to pursue our dreams. I highly recommend Carole Holliday's Fish Out of Water for anyone that has or is pursuing their dream!
John B. Herrington, PhD CDR USN(Ret) Astronaut, STS-113
In Fish Out Of Water Carole Holliday brings a dynamic new female heroine to storytelling. Marguerite is a determined, brilliant, and energetic character who uses her undeniable musical gifts to bring joy to others. We need more stories like this one, which teaches our youth about the power that lives inside them.
Kelly Edwards Vice President of Talent Development, Programming HBO
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Fish Out of Water is more than a "follow your dreams story."
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Carol Holiday has written a fun to read book which is presented with clarity and power, the power to truly believe in oneself. It is a book that connects the reader, although written in a time many years ago, to a direct connection to Marguerite’s world, making her world much larger and more interesting. She moves the reader to the realization that, although Marguerite’s world is very different, it is very much like our current world. It is an inspiring book that teachers us all that we must always believe in ourselves and never deny ourselves our rightful place in life.
Dorothy Scott, EdD