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Hello, My Name Is Octicorn de Kevin Diller
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Hello, My Name Is Octicorn (edició 2016)

de Kevin Diller (Autor), Justin Lowe (Autor), Binny Talib (Il·lustrador)

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The octicorn-- half octopus and half unicorn-- introduces himself and tells readers why, though strange and unique, octicorns make great friends.
Membre:NSmith19
Títol:Hello, My Name Is Octicorn
Autors:Kevin Diller (Autor)
Altres autors:Justin Lowe (Autor), Binny Talib (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Balzer Bray (2016), Edition: Illustrated, 48 pages
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Hello, My Name Is Octicorn de Kevin Diller

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A sweet and simple book about learning to see past people's differences and accepting them for what they are on the inside. Definitely a message book in a time of divisiveness along gender, sexuality, religious and racial lines. ( )
  RakishaBPL | Sep 24, 2021 |
Octi is a one-of-a-kind octicorn: the child of a unicorn and an octopus. He's not sure how his parents met, but because he's the only Octicorn he knows of it can be hard for him to fit in on land or at sea. He doesn't get invited to do things even though he knows octicorn are a lot of fun. Octi gives the reader a lot of reasons why he would make a great friend to someone because as different as he might look, he knows that we all want the same things.

The book will make both adult and child reader's laugh out loud at Octi's personality and fun voice. Adult readers might be thrown off by Octi only having four tentacles or by the impractical concept of a unicorn and an octopus having a child, but readers who can put aside these thoughts are likely to be charmed by the sweet personality and amusing illustrations of the octicorn trying to fit in. Adults can use this sweet story to help children understand how everyone wants the same things and how it is important to be friends with someone even if they are a little different. Octi is likely to charm his way into the hearts and bookshelves of lots of new friends with this book. ( )
  vivirielle | Aug 4, 2021 |
"Hello, My Name is Octicorn" is a sweet, yet humorous book about an octopus-unicorn aka an Octicorn named Octi, that has trouble making friendships because he is different from everyone else. He demonstrates the feeling of loneliness and shows students that just because someone is different, doesn't mean they aren't special or have special qualities. He jetski's, plays a great ring toss game and is a sweet caring guy. This is a developmentally appropriate book for second grade and younger because of it's short language and morals. ( )
  Eward8 | Mar 26, 2019 |
Cute, but it felt like it tried a little too hard. ( )
  Ubiquitine | Nov 24, 2018 |
Octi is different from everyone that he knows and therefore has a difficult time fitting in. His mother is an octopus and his father is a unicorn and that makes him pretty unique. He stands out both on land and in the sea and doesn't get invited to many parties. That's a shame because he has a plethora of talents that know one knows about. After sharing his talents and his feelings of often feeling blue he asks the readers if they want to be his friend.

This book would be great to use the beginning of the year when children are often feeling lonely, and are in the process of making new friends. As well if there is a child or children in the classroom that are often being outcasted by their peers. ( )
  JessicaGarcia6 | Apr 22, 2017 |
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Talib, BinnyIl·lustradorautor principaltotes les edicionsconfirmat
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