A colorful tale from the world of The Jim Henson Company's Splash and Bubbles on PBS Kids, complete with fascinating Fin Facts! In this story about appreciating everyone's unique abilities, readers will learn all about why octopuses move in the amazing ways they do. Splash and friends are excited for the Reeftown Rhythm Festival, but Wave the octopus is shy about joining the musical fun. Whenever he tries to dance, his tentacles move in crazy ways! What will everyone else think? Can Splash convince him that his unique dance moves make him amazing and that the only thing his friends care about is whether he's having fun? In the series of books based on The Jim Henson Company's Splash and Bubbles on PBS Kids, Splash, Bubbles, and their friends explore the world’s undersea habitats, make new friends, and learn about the many different ways life looks and lives in the ocean, celebrating the importance of diversity along the way.
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The Jim Henson Company has remained an established leader in family entertainment for 60 years and is recognized worldwide as an innovator in puppetry, animatronics and digital animation. Best known as creators of the world famous Muppets, Henson has received over 50 Emmy Awards and nine Grammy Awards. Recent credits include the Emmy® nominated Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train, and Pajanimals, as well as the CG-animated preschool series Doozers, the digital citizenship series for preschoolers Dot., and the Netflix series for young preschoolers Word Party. Splash and Bubbles books are based on the series created by John Tartaglia, currently airing on PBS Kids®. www.henson.com.