Hello, My Name Is Octicorn by Kevin Diller

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...add to the feeling that this was a thin idea unable to transcend its one-joke premise. There may be plenty more adventures for Octicorn; here’s hoping that they’ll be more amusing than awkward—unlike this introduction.
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Meet Octicorn.

He’s half octopus, half unicorn, half confused . . . which sometimes makes it hard to fit in.

But maybe that’s not such a bad thing.

This utterly charming story is for anyone who’s ever felt a little different.

 

About Kevin Diller

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Long ago and far, far away—well, Los Angeles, actually—Kevin Diller started out as a screenwriter and playwright before becoming a producer. Fatherhood brought him back to writing and he now happily works on children’s books from his home in Portland, OR, where he lives with his wife and two kids.Justin Lowe is an artist and filmmaker who somehow entered adulthood with his childlike imagination entirely intact. Justin was raised on a steady diet of Dr. Seuss, Jim Henson, and apple juice, which he’s pretty sure helped pave the way for this book.
 
Published May 17, 2016 by Balzer + Bray. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Feb 17 2016

...add to the feeling that this was a thin idea unable to transcend its one-joke premise. There may be plenty more adventures for Octicorn; here’s hoping that they’ll be more amusing than awkward—unlike this introduction.

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