Fewer Fish Bought Means Fewer Fish Caught This is a story told by a fisherman's daughter in a seaside village. When her father returns home with fewer fish each week, the family realizes that he and other fishermen are catching too many fish. The family embarks on a campaign to teach their village to eat fewer fish with the simple slogan, "For five days a week, say 'No fish in my dish!'" Along with the family, readers learn that too many boats chasing too few fish has brought our oceans to the edge of emptiness. The illustrations are cute and the words rhyme, yet the message is clear: we must eat fewer fish. If each of us changes our eating habits just a little, we'll see an ocean of benefit. In the words of the fisherman's wife: "You might hate the boats, but give it some thought. They only catch fish because the fish get bought." Includes coloring page and sustainable seafood cards to guide eating habits!