In French speaking countries, April Fools Day is known as Poisson d’avril or April fish. As the tradition goes, children try to stick paper fish on others’ backs when they are not looking. When a fish is discovered, they call out, “Poisson d’avril!” Since library classroom 116 has become affectionately known as the Fishbowl, the library decided to deck it out accordingly.
You be the judge. April fools from your friends at the library!