The Day It Rained Fish

the day it rained fishThe Day It Rained Fish – Imagine if it started raining, but not water, fish! Would it be a good thing or a bad thing? Find out in this short illustrated creative commons book from Storyweaver. This is a Level 2 free book created in Pratham’s 6 frame challenge, that is the story has only 6 frames, so The Day It Rained Fish is great for reading exercises based on short stories with questions or reading when time is short.

By: Ramendra Kumar and Delwyn Remedios

Sample Page From The Day It Rained Fish:

Avanti was the zookeeper of Pitara zoo. There were many animals in Pitara, but Avanti’s best friend was Ballu, the brea. Ballu was big, brown and strong. On his fourth birthday, Avanti organized a little party for Ballu.

<End of Sample Page From The Day It Rained Fish>

About Pratham Books

Pratham Books goes digital, FKB  is helping with their aim to get a book in every child’s hand!

Storyweaver, their digital platform is provided to weave a whole new chapter in the realm of multilingual children’s stories. Knitting together children, authors, illustrators and publishers. Folding in teachers, and translators. Creating a rich fabric of openly licensed multilingual stories for the children of India and the world. Their unique online platform, StoryWeaver, is a playground where children, parents, teachers and librarians can get creative, using the resources to make your own unique books online.

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Content under Creative Commons licenses can be downloaded, translated and can even be used to create new stories ‐ provided you give appropriate credit, and indicate if changes were made. To know more about this, and the full terms of use and attribution, please visit the following.

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Comments 6

  • I think this book is just great

  • Nice book and friendly

  • The book was good,interesting and fun and silly

  • ellora writes:
    it is really good good

    Shabana writes:
    Thank u it is the best book

    Fernando Landa writes:
    It’s a short but nice book. It was very helpfull for me, because I’m learning English.

    emma writes:
    had so many intresting facts about tigers peice out dood

    amaraih writes:
    tigers are amazing.

    Faith writes:
    enjoyed this book it was a nice read for my 5 year old.

    John Nguyen writes:
    It is an interesting kid’s book. I enjoy reading it as I am a pupil at grade 4

    Ana victoria writes:
    I like the book

    Abdullah writes:
    I learnt in this book about tigers.I did not know that tigers can swim in the water but now I know.

    Ludovica writes:
    So cool

    Gary writes:
    This book was a really good book and very informational

    Kta writes:

    noora writes:
    I loved it so much because it have a lot of information

    foofy writes:
    it was amazing

  • Tabitha Rinehart writes:
    This was a great book. My daughter enjoyed me reading it to her very much. I enjoyed the book also.

    Vince writes:
    My son enjoyed the book.

    Maree writes:
    IT IS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!

    Rosemary writes:
    Love the book. Help teach the children about insects 🙂

  • I loved it :3 The illustrations are beautiful and it’s just so simple and pretty.


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