Octopuses One to Ten
Who knew that octopuses were so interesting? Did you know that octopuses have nine brains and three hearts? Did you know that octopuses live all over the world, even in the coldest waters of the Arctic and Antarctic? These creatures are surprisingly fascinating, and kids and adults alike will learn all kinds of new facts in Octopuses One to Ten. Author Ellen Jackson has organized these facts in a fun counting-one-to-ten format, with each page featuring the initial fact, told in ear-pleasing rhyme and then with some more in-depth elaboration on what exactly that fact means. Readers will learn that an octopus has no bones and can squeeze into very, very tight spaces on one page; on another, they’ll learn about different ways that octopuses can camouflage themselves. Illustrations by Robin Page are colorful and eye-catching; readers will enjoy seeing these depictions of a number of different species of octopus. This book is so much fun! And readers of all ages are sure to love reading it again and again.
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|Author||Ellen Jackson, Robin Page|
|Publisher||Beach Lane Books|
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