When two jellyfish brothers are separated at sea it takes all of the ocean’s creatures to help them reunite in this heartwarming tale of brotherly love.
Spencer and Vincent are jellyfish brothers who live together in the sea, their wet and shining home. They invented a little song which went like this:
My brother, my brother, he’s sweet, not smelly. I love him from down in my jelly belly.
One day a wave of superior magnitude separates them! The brothers know they have to do whatever it takes to find each other again. And they’ll need some help along the way…
Sometimes friends can really make a the difference. Spencer and Vincent is a story of adventures and the bond of family.
The illustrations in this book are SO cute, and I really wanted to like it, but the story was decidedly meh and the repetition of the phrase “superior magnitude” felt forced and somewhat grating.
Emily Dove is an illustrator and author who lives in Cleveland, Ohio, where the winding rivers and fall foliage never cease to inspire her. As a certified naturalist, she uses illustration as a tool to educate and inspire others about the natural world. About her debut picture book <i>Wendell the Narwhal</i>, <i>Kirkus Reviews</i> said “children will find a lot to like in little Wendell.” She also illustrated <i>Spencer and Vincent, the Jellyfish Brothers</i> by Tony Johnston.