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A Lot of Otters by Barbara Helen Berger

A Lot of Otters
A Lot of Otters
by Barbara Helen Berger


This book wasn't what I expected from the cover. It reads like a lovely folktale about Mother Moon losing her child. She cries tears that become stars. Otters dive down to get the stars and use the stars to guide her to where her baby is in the ocean. It's strange but sweet. The otter reading the book confused me a little bit, but the illustrations were so incredibly soft and adorable I didn't mind. I mean, a symbolic reading otter? Too cute :-)

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