Mak the Kraken: Illustrated by Nick McCarthy

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Mak the Kraken is a heartwarming tale of a young sea creature from the undiscovered depths of the ocean. Mak’s dreams of friendship spark bravery that leads him to adventure at the surface of the sea. His determination to change the perception that the Kraken are ugly sea monsters takes him through the challenges of rejection and people fearing him. It is a story of persistence, accepting those who are different and achieving goals, woven through a theme focused upon conservation of the ocean’s resources. The story is uniquely followed by important scientific facts and literature to provide the opportunity for additional learning.
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  • By Taylor Eljenholm
    Nov 30, 2016
    This is a great, entertaining story, interwoven with excellent information to help teach kids about the vast mysteries of the ocean and possibilities for new discovery. It also teaches them to follow their dreams and to be persistent; with a diversity message of not fearing anything or anyone just because they are different. A great introduction for young children to conservation and the concept of marine life sanctuaries. Well written and fun to read to children.
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November 22, 2016
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