Book review – Jeremiah Jellyfish flies high by John Fardell

Jeremiah Jellyfish lived with his mother and father and brothers and sisters and hundreds of other jellyfish. But how he dreamed of swimming away to see the big wide world!

He’s bored of doing nothing in the great big jellyfish shoal. With a bit of geeing up from his granddad, he strikes out on his own, meets a high-powered businessman, swaps jobs, and becomes an executive in a rocket plane company.

John Fardell’s illustrations marry perfectly with his text, and run the gamut from empty, peaceful seascapes, to bustling cities that are a joy to pore over.

Find a copy of Jeremiah Jellyfish flies high in your library.

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