In this episode Nick goes solo and reviews a handful of children's books about fish and fishing. He comes to the conclusion that, at least of the titles his family owns, kid's books about fish and fishing don't portray many successful outings, don't resemble actual fish species, and/or many don't have any underlying science-y teach-ables. Nick's collection is far from complete and he does give a overview of two books that he is hoping to get soon. Enjoy!
Main point: Read to your children!
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