“Ocean Adventures with Ollie and Mollie” by Amy E. Hunleth

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Amy E. Hunleth
Outskirts Press (2015)
ISBN 9781478760467
Reviewed by Paola Belloso (age 8) for Reader Views (03/16)

“Ocean Adventures with Ollie and Mollie” by Amy E. Hunleth is a great story about two jellyfish named Ollie and Mollie. Ollie and Mollie are brother and sister who leave their hometown to go on a treasure hung to search for things to build a new home. Their old home was destroyed by a mean dragonfish.

Ollie and Mollie have lots of friends like Johnny Blue, Sallie Rose, Jackie Sky, Louis Luster, and Maya Mae. These friends help them when they run into danger on their treasure hunt. Ollie and Mollie had a lot of excitement finding their treasures.

“Ocean Adventures with Ollie and Mollie” by Amy E. Hunleth is a fun adventure. The pictures are fun and so colorful, and the book will teach you how important your friends are to help you.

Note from Mom:  This is such a charming story. Paola enjoyed the adventure from cover to cover and her imagination ran wild! The pictures are so fun and kept Paola engaged throughout the entire story.

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