How did Sasha become the princess of the reef?

(12 customer reviews)

$21.95

Children’s Fiction Hardback –  Book 1 “Sasha & Friends” Series

Author: Bonnie Misha Sleep, Illustrated by: Hayden James Bone.

Overview: This is the first story in the series of Sasha and Friends and introduces the fantastical creatures that live together in a secluded bay on the Great Barrier Reef. The series introduces readers to wildlife and conservation issues as part of interesting stories, but most of all, it builds an interest in the characters by blending actual species facts with fantastical character traits.

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The stories also showcase issues such as competition versus cooperation, kindness versus rivalry and disability versus ability and always encourages the reader to relate to a sense of community and growing through being challenged. In this story the creatures face a severe weather event that scare many of them so they decide they need a leader to help make decisions for them all. They ask wise Gil the Grouper who masterminds a fair and interesting competition. This is a story about discovering the best qualities for being a leader, the value of a community and the unusual friendships that can form even under the pressure of competitiveness.

For Ages:                 3 – 6 years old

Audience:                 Children

ISBN:                       978-0-9944845-2-9

Format:                   Hardcover

Edition Number:        1st

Languages:               English

Number of Pages:      30

SKU: BOOK-SASHA-1945 Categories: , Tag:

Description

  • A Premium Hard Cover Book
  • Each book contains 4 Bonus Collector cards with Educational Fun Facts
  • Beautiful captivating Illustrations and story

Additional information

Weight500 g
Dimensions21 × 21 × 2 cm

12 reviews for How did Sasha become the princess of the reef?

  1. Mark Szedzielarz

    This first in the Series. Awesome Graphics, Great Characters, entwining stories. Great Work.

  2. Jensen

    These books are wonderful. They are very popular with my daughter

  3. Louise Smith

    Great character. What a perfect choice to be your lead character. Well done guys. Great story by the way!

  4. Emma Alba

    We love Sasha the Princess. Good to see a shark getting a good role, may soften the stereotype of sharks being dangerous. Emma Alba Muswellbrook NSW

  5. Mary Meadows

    My daughter Ebony’s absolute favourite book. She reads it over and over. She pretends to stage the same competition. Very cute to watch. So you are inspirational. Mary Meadows Singleton NSW

  6. Rachel travers

    I love most the inventive competition structure. My daughters talk about it all the time and relate it to their own lives and how to test for things. I think you,ve struck a chord. Really like it. Rachel, Tam and Whitney. Bowen Qld

  7. Albina Cartwright

    What’s not to like about this lovely story. Absolutely stunning illustrations. I enjoy it, never mind the kids! (They love it too when they can get it from me) Albina, Joel and Sammy J.

  8. Jeremy Johnson

    Nice range of characters and beautifully drawn. Compelling.

  9. Alexandra Fenech

    Excellent images. My son can’t put this book down and takes it everywhere with him. You’re doing something right! I think I’ll be buying every book in the series. Tim and his mum Alex F. Sydney

  10. Louise Harris

    Beautifully presented book, really high quality finish and feel. Well worth the money

  11. Joanne Gibbs

    Just a really great kids book all round. Beautiful illustrations, great story and very well presented. Well done guys!

  12. Francis

    Very high quality books worth the money. Well done team

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