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Come anche La Grande Barriera Corallina Infestata, questa avventura degli Octonauti è diventata una delle preferite della mia bimba che ha quasi 3 anni: raccontata con semplicità e con una giusta intonazione la appassiona tantissimo, ed ho scoperto che è anche una ottima storia della buonanotte. Si può sfogliare infatti abbastanza velocemente "riassumendo" la storia, sia "tirarla per le lunghe" aggiungendo qualche battuta dei personaggi. Soffermandosi sulle illustrazioni, molto dettagliate, si scopre sempre qualcosa di nuovo che attira la sua attenzione (un'ombra che fa capolino da un angolo, degli scoiattolini sugli alberi...) ed è come se fosse ogni volta una storia nuova. Ci sono alcune immagini un po' scure in quest'avventura, che possono far paura ai più piccini, ma basta spiegarlo con serenità ai bimbi e contestualizzarle: le ombre infatti sono amiche e non bisogna temerle! Anche la storia ci è piaciuta molto: le ombre vengono misconosciute e maltrattate e decidono di tornare nel Mare delle Ombre dove il loro Re le vuole proteggere. Gli Octonauti vogliono capire perché son sparite, le vanno a cercare e fanno amicizia, fan capire loro che sono molto importanti e utili a tutti (come si suderebbe sotto il solleone! e le meridiane come funzionerebbero? i ninja dove si nasconderebbero? i poveri funghi si seccherebbero senza ripari ombrosi!)e si impegnano a diventare Ambasciatori delle Ombre per far comprendere a tutti che anche loro vogliono essere amate, e non temute. Davvero dolce... l'immagine preferita di mia figlia è la coniglietta Tweak che gioca e abbraccia la sua ombra.
The Octonauts books are always a bit weird when you're used to the tv show, but they're fun. The 4 year old that this book was purchased for refers to this as the spooky Octonauts book and it is her least favourite.
We love the Octonauts because of the beautiful way in which the authors weave fictional characters and narratives to engage children with facts about ecology plants, creatures, and their environments). In addition, the stories often use conflict as an opportunity to model healthy interpersonal communication skills. However "The Sea of Shade" fell short, as the premise veered too far into a fictional world and away from the elements that make the octonauts such a strong series.
Nice story. The story introduces the shadows and their function, presenting them as proper characters with feelings.The king of shades call them back to his realm after noticing people do not recognize the importance they have in everyday life, octonauts decide to go and talk to the king and make sure they know they are highly appreciated.
My 2.5 year old daughter LOVES the Octonauts TV show on Disney Jr. She has most of the toys, has seen most of the episodes, and she loves playing Octonauts we me or in the bath tub using some of her toys. The shows are based on the books but there are some significant differences. Kwazi on the show is Kwazi Kitten in the book, Dashi is Dashi Dog, etc... The book is geared for kids maybe 3+ years old. My daughter's language is pretty advanced for her age but the book is still a little complex for her though she can still follow the general story. The book is also quite large and hard for little kids to hold and turn the paper pages without tearing them once in a while. Bottom line is, if you like the show, you'll like the book well enough though it's best for kids at least 3+. This particular story, the Sea of Shade, is also no my favorite, I find it to be a bit dark and sad for a kids book though it has an okay message. I'd buy it again just to have it in my daughter collection of Octonauts stuff and because reading is better for kids than watching TV.
Grandson loved it, mum not so much the professor came out with jumbled words much to the amusement of the grandson. Mums read it before you read to them or you might find a fit of giggles will not aid sleep.
Unfortunately this book doesn’t live up to the standards of the other, original Octonaut books. First and foremost, this is a strange story and I don't think most little ones will 'get' it. The idea of a shadow king being unhappy because the people on earth aren't appreciating their shadows and shade just doesn't make sense. Most young children I know are fascinated by shadows, and whoever has heard of anyone not liking shade on a hot summers day! And what does shadow and shade on earth have to do with the sea, and underwater adventures? Secondly, the illustrations are missing that lovely bright, quirky and humorous detail of the other stories, because, as others have said, the pictures are too dark, and potentially frightening for some little ones. So I’d say, get the other original books, they’re lovely! But give this one a miss.
My son is a big Octonauts fan, so I bought three of the original books for him. He loves them all and looks at them all the time. The illustrations are very detailed and beautifully made. The books are hard-cover, sturdy and they have a great format. The only thing that I would like to point out is that the original stories are more fictional and they aren't scientifically correct, like the TV series where each show focuses on a specific living sea animal and its habits. Of course, this isn't a bad thing at all, but it might be a little surprising for someone expecting an Octonauts story as seen on TV.