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Arlo Draws an Octopus

; Rob Sayegh Jr. (Illustratør)

An empowering picture book about creativity, making mistakes, and changing your perspective



When Arlo decides to draw an octopus, he can't help but think that
maybe he's just not an octopus drawer. Les mer
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An empowering picture book about creativity, making mistakes, and changing your perspective



When Arlo decides to draw an octopus, he can't help but think that
maybe he's just not an octopus drawer. His drawing has a head that looks
like a hill and eight squiggly arms that look like roads. It's an
octopus disaster-piece! But just as Arlo vows to never draw an
octopus again, he makes a discovery that changes his perspective about
his drawing . . . and much more.

This endearing and relatable story
gives readers of all ages a gentle reminder that we're better than we
may think. Sometimes all it takes is a second look.

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Om forfatteren

Lori Mortensen drew a lot of pictures when she was little, including a few crumpled "disaster-pieces"! Today, she is the author of many popular children's books, including Cowpoke Clyde and Dirty Dawg illustrated by Michael Allen Austin and If Wendell Had a Walrus
illustrated by Matt Phelan. She lives in Northern California with her
family and her cat, Max, who'd much rather nap than draw. Rob Sayegh Jr.
is an author and illustrator who loves creating playful worlds with
funny characters to make families giggle together. He is a professional
snack taste-tester, falls in love with every dog he meets, and draws in
crayon, just like Arlo. He has spent most of his life designing toys to
encourage kids to constantly play, learn, and imagine new possibilities.
He currently lives with his family in San Francisco, California.