|Number of Pages||61页；36千字|
In this golden fable, three little fish, Sarai, RaaOn and Sesom, dare to embark on a grand and dangerous quest to find their hearts' desire. Their journey is inspired by the legend of the Fire Fish, mystical masters of the Bright Beyond. Never more than a fin-flip away from deadly danger, they tumble from one breathtaking exploit to another, using the power of "the call" to guide them through a world bigger than they ever imagined. A story of mythic power. There is a surprising twist to this fish tale that teaches timeless truth and ensures its future as a fireside classic.
Writer/illustrator Davy Liu is the guide through this enchanted story and wisely summarizes the mission of the book by posing a question on the back cover: 'What if our world is just a mere reflection of the invisible reality?' This is the second of Liu's "Invisible Tails" books about animals who happen to be present at important Biblical events. The story centers on three orphaned baby river perch who make a pilgrimage to the Red Sea in search of their parents. But the fishes' story repeatedly overlaps the story of Moses and the Exodus, including baby Moses in his basket of rushes and the parting of the waters. Along the way, the young fish learn first to pray in a selfless way, and then how to tell others about the power of prayer.
Creator of the "Invisible Tails Series", Davy Liu worked for Disney Feature Animation on classic films such as Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Mulan, and The Lion King. He has also worked for George Lucas at Industrial Light and Magic and for Warner Bros. Feature Animation. His illustrations have graced the pages of Time, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and many other publications. Davy has a studio and gallery in Laguna Beach, California, where he lives with his wife, Joan and daughter Sabrina.