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My son is an Octonauts nut, so this book was always going to be a winner. But he LOVES that we have to turn the book all the way around as we explore all the poles, and there are so many interesting animals to pore over, and details to explore. The story is great too.
Wonderfully illustrated way to share an evening with my grandkids. The story leads us on an exciting adventure with adorable characters that are just quirky enough to keep us interested until the end of the book. It was more imaginative than the TV series as there is no "creature report" with facts and pictures of an actual being. It does have the same gentle lesson about life. I highly recommend this book.
For the record, rating as an ebook and not the physical book.
Kids and I enjoyed it. They are, however, Octonauts fans.
A giant monster shows up. Wait, not a monster, a sad, friendly, lonely creature, searching for others like him. (Perhaps he has amnesia?) This prompts a search through books and ocean alike to find out what sort of creature he is, and in the process learn its okay to be unique.
Lovely illustrations, amusing content. Feel good kind of book. And based on the age group, the plot isn't too horribly thin.
A bit annoying to read on kindles though. The zoom function is... limited and when you have two pages turned into one on the "search for the monster's home"/ traveling the world pages, the result is a bit frustrating to try to read.
Overall enjoyable. But I probably wouldn't buy again, because the page thing irritates me.
My kid picked this book and I found it on Amazon. Although kindle version is much cheaper, my kid doesn’t feel the same to ebook compared with those hard copies. They never read ebook alone but would spend time on hard copies. Maybe better in the future when I built a ebook library for them.