Oliver’s Otter Phase

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Oliver’s Otter Phase by Lisa Connors was a good book. Oliver really likes otters so much that he is pretending to be one. In acting like an otter, he puts food on his stomach to eat, he stores food under his armpit, he wiggles and dives off of the chairs, and, his favorite part, he snuggles with his mom. The author includes a lot of facts at the end of the book about different kinds of otters and how humans and otters are alike and different. I really like how the pictures and the snapshots from their trip are showing at the bottom of each page. My favorite part of the book is when his dad takes him to the grocery store and Oliver wants to hold onto string like his otters hold onto kelp. I give the book 4.5 stars.

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Author Lisa Connors • Karen Jones, Illustrator
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Arbordale Publishing
Publish Date 2018-Feb-10
ISBN 9781607184621
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Issue July 2018
Category Children's


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