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By: Izzy Wilson

Octavia and Her Friends Save the Sea

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Octavia is a friend of George, the shark. She is very upset about the rubbish in the sea as she has lost many friends to it.

She meets her friend, George, who has got stuck in a reef. Octavia tries pulling and pushing, but he is stuck fast. Octavia gets him to wriggle while she pulls and eventually he gets free. When they are both away from the reef, they notice an oil drum. George thinks it should go back to the humans.

When the humans come back with more rubbish, Octavia gets all the fish and throws it back using their fins and tails. The humans give up and go away. The fish have a party and wish that all the humans take home all of their rubbish so the fish don’t lose any more of their friends.

She was born in Banbury, Oxfordshire, married and had a daughter, Louise, before moving to Cornwall. She now lives in a small picturesque village in North Oxfordshire. After retiring through ill health, the idea of George came to her with the advent of grandchildren.
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  • Charlie

    Great book, my daughter has asked for her granny for the frist book for christmas.

  • Julia Wilson

    Octavia And Her Friends Save The Sea by Izzy Wilson is a delightful story for the under fives.
    The tale teaches our children the importance of looking after our seas. There is a message that we must not throw rubbish into the sea as it is damaging the coral and could kill the creatures who live in the sea.
    We witness that we are stronger together than alone. We need to work together to tackle pollution and conserve our seas.
    The sea creatures all look different but they support each other and work together. This gives a message of diversity – we may all look different and have different skill sets but we all need each other.
    All the book is beautifully and simply illustrated. The sea creatures all look friendly and appealing – even the sharks! They all have big eyes to draw you in and friendly smiles.
    This is a beautiful, powerful book teaching our children the importance of conservation, diversity and using our skill sets to look after our world.
    I received a free copy from the publishers. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.

  • Christian Bookaholic

    The tale teaches our children the importance of looking after our seas. There is a message that we must not throw rubbish into the sea as it is damaging the coral and could kill the creatures who live in the sea.

    We witness that we are stronger together than alone. We need to work together to tackle pollution and conserve our seas.

    The sea creatures all look different but they support each other and work together. This gives a message of diversity – we may all look different and have different skill sets but we all need each other.

    All of the book is beautifully and simply illustrated. The sea creatures all look friendly and appealing – even the sharks! They all have big eyes to draw you in and friendly smiles.

    This is a beautiful, powerful book teaching our children the importance of conservation, diversity and using our skill sets to look after our world.

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