Submitted by Ms. Tess!
Also an Octopus by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Benji Davies starts like every story does: with nothing. It needs a character. Why not an octopus? Who plays the ukulele? And wants to travel to space in a shiny purple spaceship? Why not? But you can’t get a spaceship at the drug store. And the octopus isn’t a rocket scientist. And neither is his friend, the adorable bunny. The octopus is despondent. He’ll never get to travel to other galaxies. Or will he? When the octopus is sad, he plays his ukulele, “because music is good for the heart.” And when he plays, people come to listen, and some of those people are rocket scientists! Yes, it’s true! And you know what happens next? Well, that’s really up to you to decide. Because the ending of one story is the beginning of another, and everyone has what it takes to tell a story, because every story, like we said, starts with nothing! If you’ve got a little storyteller in your life, I’m sure they’ll love this book! See this book listed in our catalog