In this utterly charming sequel to the popular Hello, My Name Is Octicorn, Octi learns that he can’t please everyone. . . . but he can encourage everyone to just be themselves.
Octicorn dreams of having a pool party. But what if no one comes? That would be the most embarrassing thing ever! So Octi sets out to have a party that will make everyone happy―until he realizes that may just be a disaster waiting to happen.
Octicorn Party! is for anyone who’s ever felt just a little bit different . . . which, as it turns out, is pretty much all of us.
Octicorn wants to have a party, but he’s worried about how it might turn out. In the end, he decides to throw the party, and it is a success. Have you ever worried how something you want to try might turn out?
Octicorn says that a catastrophe is worse than being caught in a pickle. This is a good opportunity to talk with your young reader about this new vocabulary word.
For Frankie and Milo, of course
For Sara, Karen, Owen, Evan, Mom, and Nana