The dreaded Sharky Gang kidnaps the daughter of Sheriff O. O. Octopus and demands that notorious Beanie Shark be released from the Blue Ribbon Sound jail. With all eight guns loaded and ready, the sheriff and his deputies head to the sunken ship to save Sweet Sarah Sue.
O. O. OCTOPUS — Sheriff of Blue Ribbon Sound [©2008] Written by Pat Gaines and Illustrated by David Simon [Children’s Picture Book (G) 24 pages color from Kittycat Books]
See inside the book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Lulu, and Smashwords
Paperback at Amazon • Paperback at Barnes & Noble • Paperback at Lulu • Library Hardback at Lulu • Coloring Book at Amazon • Coloring Book at Barnes & Noble • Coloring Book at Lulu • eBook at Amazon Kindle • eBook at Apple iBooks • eBook at Barnes & Noble • eBook at Kobo Books • eBook at Smashwords
COLOR HARDBACK [EAN 978-0-9801376-4-4 | ISBN 0-9801376-4-0] 8.5×11 library casebound (24 pages color) | Average Price: $19.99
COLOR PAPERBACK [EAN 978-0-9801376-5-1 | ISBN 0-9801376-5-9] 8×10 trim (24 pages) | Average Price: $11.99
B/W COLORING BOOK [EAN 978-1-941278-18-5 | ISBN 1-941278-18-3] 8×10 trim (28 pages black/white) | Average Price: $7.99
COLOR EBOOK [EAN 978-1-936381-57-9 | ISBN 1-936381-57-5] Available in EPUB and Kindle (color) | Average Price: $3.99
Find Kindle editions at Amazon. Find EPUB editions at Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Blio, Kobo Books, Open Library, Overdrive, Scribd and more! Find ebook discounts at Smashwords.
“Beautifully written and illustrated children’s book with a good message. This book will spark lots of imagination and interest for children; adults will enjoy it too.” ~ Sharon Cummings [FIVE STARS]
“What a delightful book for youngsters! The author’s presentation of the ‘good vs evil’ dilemma is introduced to young readers in an understandable and entertaining way. The illustrations compliment the story well and their bright colors would keep the attention of even pre-readers.” ~ Chaos Arts Reviews [FIVE STARS]
“This is an entertaining little book, which captures shades of the wild west in the deep blue sea. There is plenty of action with the capture and rescue of Sweet Sarah Sue. The moral issue is defined when wrong is punished and justice prevails. The illustrations are well done and capture the essence of the story.” ~ Iwanna Frizzell, Educator [FIVE STARS]
PAT GAINES worked 22 years in the courthouse in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, until her retirement in 2003. She loves to teach the Bible, read, and watch movies. She and her husband Jerry have two children and three grandchildren. Her interest in early American history has inspired her to bring Amos Hannah’s journal to the world. She writes articles for local newspapers and offers a free online Bible study (see blog). Publications include the non-fiction biography THE JOURNAL OF AMOS HANNAH and the popular children’s picture book O. O. OCTOPUS.