An Octopus Can Teach You A lot
- New Release From The SEA-
About Okalani the Octopus
Discover this children's learning picture books on sea life with Okalani the Octopus. Here young minds will learn important school and social lessons through the colorful imagination and images created by award-winning writer and artist, Shelly Augsbury.
All books are made and printed in the USA.
Through the love of the sea, Okalani will take children through a learning adventure of how this amazing sea creature lives while learning the basics of numbers with "Okalani the Octopus Can Count to 10." This is the first in a series of sea adventures in learning.
"Let's Be Friends with Okalani the Octopus" is the second book in the learning series that captures the importance of friendship while learning about Okalani's friends in the sea. Featuring over 28-pages with colorful illustrations.
"Okalani the Octopus Gets A Pet" is the third book in the series where Okalani adopts a Dogfish named Happy and learns about pet responsibility. Featuring 32-pages with colorful illustrations
"Help Okalni the Octopus Save the Ocean" Here children ages 7-12 will learn about climate change, global warming, endangered species, and other interesting facts about what's going on in our oceans and what they can do to help save and protect our waterways. Featuring 32-pages of easy-to-understand facts and colorful watercolor and mixed-media illustrations.
"Okalnai the Octopus has Deep Feelings" This book covers all the emotions children feel from anger to happiness. Children up to the age of 11 will learn to identify their emotions and explore healthy coping mechanisms. Your kids will learn that all feelings are normal thanks to Okalani's experiences with friends. Featuring 40 colorful pages and mixed media illustrations.
"Okalnai the Octopus Wants New Shoes" Let Okalani teach your child about money. Here kids will learn through sea life important lessons about earning, saving, and donating money. Featuring 24-colorful and vibrant pages that will help a child realize that money doesn't grow on coral reefs.
Oh, what tomorrow will bring
My 40,000 children love to learn how to count with Okalani the Octopus. All my little children can't get enough of Okalani's fun ideas. They always swim upstream to Okalani's den to see what new things they can learn from a smart octopus with nine brains. Now that Okalani's second book is out, my children have learned how to make new friends and the value of friendship.
Sally the Salmon, Fish & Stream
I used to be a regular topic of conversation on the docks in Florida where people would boast about their exciting fish tales . But ever since Okalani the Octopus appeared on the scene, everyone just can't get enough of her. I am almost 50 years old, and folks say my friends are yummy, but nothing comes close to feeding a child's mind with exciting adventures.
George Grouper, Bait & Tackle Shop
As the sole proprietor of Sharkey's on the Reef, Okalani the Octopus has put a constant smile on all my patron's faces. Since Okalani the Octopus became a famous octopus, business has never been better. All of Okalani's friends are always swimming about while feasting on my gourmet cooking. I am trying to convince Okalani to do a cookbook but she insists that her readers are too young to cook.
Well, one can only hope. Thank you Okalani the Octopus and can't wait to read your next book to my boy, Bruce "Sharkface" Junior.
Bruce the Bahama Sawshark
Sharkey's Restaurant, Proprietor