The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade

The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade The books that launched the hit cartoon The crisply drafted pages bloom with fascinating detail every tree shadow rock and animal has an endearing individual personality the book itself is a lush

  • Title: The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade
  • Author: Meomi
  • ISBN: 9781597020107
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The books that launched the hit cartoon The crisply drafted pages bloom with fascinating detail every tree, shadow, rock, and animal has an endearing, individual personality the book itself is a lush visual treat Utne Reader It s great to find a book that appeals to both kids and adults even if the appeal is for different reasons In other words, these are the bestThe books that launched the hit cartoon The crisply drafted pages bloom with fascinating detail every tree, shadow, rock, and animal has an endearing, individual personality the book itself is a lush visual treat Utne Reader It s great to find a book that appeals to both kids and adults even if the appeal is for different reasons In other words, these are the best children s book animals ever I can t get enough of them I can read this book for hours and have The Poop, SF Gate, San Francisco ChronicleThis is the original book series that launched the animated TV show, which is now popular worldwide and broadcast on the Disney Channel in the USA Discover the creative and fun stories where it all began In this sequel, the Octonauts notice the ocean s shadows are missing So these eight brave teammates travel to the mysterious Sea of Shade to learn why Can they convince the proud Shade King to return everyone s shadows Find out I can now report to you that The Octonauts the Sea of Shade is just as charming, beautiful, funny, and adorable as the first Octonauts book I highly recommend this to children and adults alike especialy if those adults love intoxicating graphics and mysterious underwater worlds Treehouse Jukebox I just read the latest Octonauts book from Meomi, The Octonauts The Sea of Shade, and it s just as adorable and adventurous as the crew s previous outing with the The Only Lonely Monster Drawn Like the previous book, The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade is visually rich There s a lot happening on every page, making it a pleasure to read since there s always something new to discover SuperCoolBaby

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    1. '"Using the cartographic bathymetry to calculate the compasserific coordinates contained on this superannuated substrate should yield the location!"The befuddled Octonauts stared at Professor Inkling."Errrllow this old map!""That was by hardest part of the book and worst tongue twister I have ever read.A beautiful story about shadows and exploration and friendship.

    2. Apparently there are twenty or more "Octonauts" picture books. I will review only one of them. I was not aware that these are based on a television series ( disneyjunior.disney/the-oc ) until I saw my grandchildren watching an episode. So I got my hands on some of the books (thank you, public library) and have been reading them aloud to my little fans.I must say that the "set design" is very imaginative and perhaps influenced by the South Korean penchant for cute critters. The cast of characters [...]

    3. The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade by Meomi is the second book in the series. It's also the odd ball in the series in that it's not based on a real creature of phenomena of the sea.In this book the Octonauts notice that the shadows have disappeared from everything. They decide to investigate and go into the sea of shade. The ruler of the sea of shade has decided he doesn't like his shadows being treated as second class citizens. The Octonauts have to negotiate with him and the shadows themselves [...]

    4. Once again I'm impressed/dismayed at the language in this book and not in the way you think I mean."Using the cartographic bathymetry to calculate the compasserific co-ordinates contained on this superannuated substrate should yield the location!" Seriously.The same adorableness and underwater exploits will keep me reading any further adventures, but MAN no way I could pull that off for storytime!

    5. This book was just a bit bizarre. Rather than focusing on one animal and teaching about that animal, this book reached for a larger, more obscure topic of shadows. Perhaps I just didn't get it. The illustrations were great but my kids did not follow the story and wanted to read one of the other Octonauts books we brought home.

    6. I liked this book but it just didn't have the flow of the other books and my son quickly got bored with it, as did I. The Octonauts realize that there are no shadows anywhere in the ocean, and go beseech the King of the mythical Sea of Shade to release the shadows back into the world, as they have been missed. Recommended for ages 5-8, 2-1/2 stars.

    7. My little sister adores these Octonauts books. Understandable, because they are so adorably cute. This one as well. Recommended to any parents out there who want to give their little sunshine something super special! (Or to those adults who really adore some cute wonderfulness!)

    8. I love the illustrations in this series, but there is always way too much text to be a picture book. A fun read, but long.

    9. This is probably the most beautiful book based on a television series I have ever seen. And the story isn't bad, either.

    10. Another fun octonauts adventure. Not quite as clever as the first book, but still plenty of fun. And nicely detailed pictures.

    11. Cute book. There is much more going on in the illustrations than in the story. You can almost make a different story from all the things going on in the illustrations.

    12. A good book for Octonauts fans, but a little long and wordy for the average 4 year old reader. Not a good beginning reader book.

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