HomeBooks by AgeAges 4-8The Octonauts & the Frown Fish: Meomi

The Octonauts & the Frown Fish: Meomi

The Octonauts & the Frown Fish

The Octonauts & The Frown Fish

by Meomi

Reading level:
Ages 4-8

Hardcover: 36 pages

Publisher: Immedium (October 1, 2008)

The Octonauts is definitely a series for those of you who like Japanese influenced artwork. It has already attracted a worldwide audience. The illustrations are colorful and super cute, and the stories are full of innocent fun. The design team who have created the series – Vicki Wong and Michael Murphy (A.K.A. Meomi) – have just released their latest title, The Octonauts and the Frown Fish.

The story begins on a “quiet and rainy” afternoon at the bottom of the ocean. The Octonauts are a team of undersea explorers. From their undersea “Octopod” base, they discover a fish with a frown so big that it is upsetting all of the other sea creatures around him. None of the Octonauts speak “Frownese”, so they decide to see if they can make him smile by sharing their favorite activities with him. I’d be smiling after a game of mini golf, baking, and making music, but not this fish, he looked even “frownier”. So, you may be wondering how they make him smile, well, it’s quite possible he has been smiling all day. See if you can figure it out – if not, check out the book, it’s really quite fun!

LOL

Links: http://meomi.com/
http://www.octonauts.com/

A post by All About Kawaii: The Octonauts & the Frown Fish.

Extra Fact: Meomi is the team that designed the 2010 mascots for the Vancouver winter Olympics.

Upcoming Event:

 

Move over Hello Kitty! Hellooooooo Meomi …

Tags
Rate This Article

The Children’s Book Review, named one of the ALSC (Association for Library Service to Children) Great Web Sites for Kids, is a resource devoted to children’s literacy. We publish reviews and book lists of the best books for kids of all ages. We also produce author and illustrator interviews and share literacy based articles that help parents, grandparents, teachers and librarians to grow readers. This article was written and provided by one of TCBR's regular contributors.

No Comments

Leave A Comment