This picture book project plans to show the concept of confirmation bias caused by an aversion to certain foods.
The story takes place on a sunny afternoon when a hungry little girl runs towards home to meet her dinner time. But apparently, it isn't her lucky day, as her mother cooked the fish dish she hates so much. So the girl begins to prove that fish are horrible creatures. She thinks the fish's terrifying black-holes of eyes sometimes can devour people, and the fish stinks beyond the combination of smells from skunk, Dad's socks, and tons of rubbishes. Even the fish bones that accidentally get stuck in people's throats can quietly plot to take over human bodies. But at the end of the story, it turns out that the girl who had previously been so adamant about the inedibility of fish is gobbling up her mother's fish pudding, for she didn't know it contained fish.