Happy Saturday morning everyone. You are always welcome here at Storywraps and I am glad you dropped by. The answer to yesterday's book quote : "This is Geroge. He lives in Africa," is from the book "Curious George by H. A. Rey."
Today's quote is: "Chug chug chug, Puff puff puff. Ding-dong Ding-dong."
Do you know the title of the book and the author for the above? Answer will be posted Monday.
Today's feature is:
Author: Brandee Bublé
Illustrator: Eiska Liska
This book is written in rhyme and has a great message for all the kids out there. Sometimes being different doesn't make you odd or an outcast but makes you very, very special. O'Shae is a young octopus that has the distinction of having not eight, but ten arms. He feels strange but his mother fully supports his uniqueness as does his BFF Shelton the Shark. One day he and Sheldon go to Seaweed Park and unfortunately two bullies show up and start poking fun at him for his oddity. O'Shae takes his reality and turns it into something so wonderful and exciting that all his friends, underwater strangers and even the bullies come to him and praise his special gift and want to hang out and play with him. It is a story you will want to read and then let the conversation about being your own person, celebrating who you are and feeling good in your own skin pour forth and affirm and verify exactly who you are.....you are one of a kind....you are....YOU... the best!