Review: You can’t win them all, Rainbow fish by Marcus Pfister

You can't win them all, Rainbow Fish

  • Marcus Pfister
  • NorthSouth Books
  • 1st June, 2017
  • Children's books

A brand new title in the bestselling Rainbow Fish series!

Everyone loses once in a while. But being a good sport when you lose isn’t always easy—not even for Rainbow Fish. A lighthearted look at accepting loss without losing your sparkle!

Original Rainbow Fish book is my all time favourite to plan activities for children. The beautiful illustrations, simple story and child friendly language makes it easy to love this book.


You Can’t Win Them All, Rainbow Fish is no exception.


Rainbow fish is playing hide-and-seek with his friends. He is very confident in his abilities to win this game, but when he loses to younger fish, Rainbow fish storms away very upset and angry with his friends. One of his friends, Red Fish convinces Rainbow fish to apologise and return to the game.


This book has great abilities to teach children about different feelings, friendship and sportsmanship in very simple way.  It’s so easy to relate self to this story. We all been in situation like this, don’t you think?


This charming tale need to be in every nursery, school and home library. This will be perfect birthday / Christmas gift and I can’t wait to order my own hard cover copy.


I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book, or the content of my review.