In this study, an analytical research method was adopted to examine Samed Behrengi's children's tale book, "The Little Black Fish", in terms of the values the book contains. The research data collected through a document review were analyzed through content analysis. According to the outcomes of the research, the themes that emerged due to the analysis of the book "The Little Black Fish" were determined as power, achievement, hedonism, stimulation, security, self-direction, universalism, benevolence, conformity and tradition, and the values that are most emphasized within these themes were the ability to wonder (self-direction), the ability to choose own goals (self-direction), being free (self-direction), outspokenness (self-direction), being courageous (stimulation), a meaningful life (benevolence) and kindness (conformity). Furthermore, it was concluded that values such as the desire of sustaining the social order (security), obedience (conformity), acceptance of what life brings and depending on traditions (tradition), having authority and social influence (power) were unsupported in this children's tale. In the concluding remarks of this research, suggestions regarding research design through the use of experimental models were provided for further qualitative and quantitative studies that associate value education with the tale book "The Little Black Fish" and in order to understand the effects of the book on delivering values such as self-direction and benevolence that are within the value classifications by proposing activities through which the students would acquire the values included in the self-direction theme in the curriculum using "The Little Black Fish" children's tale book.