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Seaper Powers Review: Children’s Audio Book

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Seaper Powers: In Search Of Bleu Jay’s Treasure by Kim Cameron

The story starts off talking about several of the characters like a little girl named Emma who lives in Vermont, Oliver, an octopus, who only wants to explore the ocean and Steve, a shy starfish, who is teased at school.

Emma’s father was rewarded from his boss with a vacation to St. Thomas, and for Emma it was a dream come true! Emma’s favorite stuffed animal is an octopus and really hopes to see one when they take a ride on a glass bottom boat. Sure enough she sees one and then something magically happens…the octopus speaks to Emma! Later while swimming, she sees Oliver the Octopus again and they both talk about themselves and all that they have in common.

The next day the hotel manager Jack, tells Emma…

“Emma, You see”, said Jack, “those waters are enchanted. There are more sea creatures living in those waters than anywhere else in the world. Scientists have found natural healing agents in the seas out there, because of the special sea grass that grows only around this island!“  “Sounds like Seaper Powers…” giggles Emma.

He continues on talking about a famous pirate named Bleu Jay who found rare golden coins and believed that they held special powers, Bleu Jay claimed that he could hear the ocean speaking to him when he held the coins. So guess what Emma wanted to do next…yep, find the coins. I don’t want to spoil the ending of the book for you so this is where I will stop.

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Each chapter is only a page long with Kim Cameron narrating and each character having their own voice. The audio story runs 58 minutes long with just a handful of pictures.

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    Sherry Compton
    August 21, 2013 at 8:00 am

    Sounds really cute! A kid friendly adventure that is quick moving. Adventurous without being scary…this would be good for my granddaughter. We are very much a water/ocean family, and I have always wanted to go out on a glass bottom boat. This sounds like a story adults would enjoy listening to with their kids.

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    Debby Chandler
    August 26, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    This is the first I’ve heard of Seaper Powers. It’s really cute! I’m going to share this with my grand children. Thanks!

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