O’Shae the Octopus

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O’Shae the Octopus is about a little octopus who is very tidy. His mom says he is so lucky to have ten arms and it is true; it lets him help and do a bunch of things at once. He can clean his room, vacuum, help his dad, and water the garden. At playtime, he goes to Seaweed Park with his friend Shelton the Shark. They swing and seesaw and have lots of fun. Two bullies show up and tell Shelton his friend is weird and they have to leave. Shelton hears and is so sad. His good friend Shelton tells him his ten arms are great because he can do so much more than he could with eight. O’Shae gets happy and starts swirling Shelton around like a merry-go-round. He realizes he can be a park himself. All the creatures line up to go on the best playground. The bullies say sorry and tell him he is sensational. Then four happy friends play in the ocean.

I like that O’Shae made a great playground for all the other fish. I really like the pictures in the book, especially the one with all the little creatures playing on O’Shae the Octopus.

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Author Brandee Buble, Eliska Liska, illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Simply Read Books
Publish Date 15-May-2014
ISBN 9781927018569
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Issue August 2014
Category Children's


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