Amazon Review - Vine Voice:

Amazing! Just love it! The book is entirely devoted to the octopus, written in beautiful rhyme, with beautiful illustrations about the bottom of the see and how the octopus lives... A wonderful book for kids.

Amazon Review - Anastasiia:

"Ohhh it was definitely a sweet read! I bought this book for my younger cousin and I saw sincerely happiness in her eyes... it is funny and will give you and your child positive emotions. I'm sure you will reread it! Highly recommended"

S. Radhakrishnan:

"This is such a beautifully written story. It’s a fun read and it also teaches lot of facts on Octopus. My 4 year old, can’t get enough of it and she reads it everyday."

Amazon Review - Katherine:

My Kids Loved It! "We read Octopus! before bed tonight and both my kids (1 and 3) adored it. The story was fun and the pictures kept them laughing. My daughter asked for an encore. This is going to be a favorite in my household! Thank you for a wonderful story."

Editorial Review - Readers' Favorite:

"... Mike is the perfect protagonist; he is nice, real and very believable. The author has done an amazing job at making the story interesting for both children and the parents who are reading it to them. Mike’s struggles are natural, never dramatic and always relatable. The illustrations are beautiful and perfect for keeping children entertained and giving them a perspective of what is happening. This is a wholesome book, one that children will enjoy immensely as a bedtime story and beg parents to read it one more time. An absolute gem!"

Editorial Review - Readers' Review:

"... Hobbs’ story is a grand selection for story hour but it’s also suitable for a young reader to try on their own. Michael Terry’s bright and cheerful illustrations help make the reading experience both fun and exciting, and the aquatic background for this story is fabulous. Pufferfish Adventures: Mike Saves the Day is most highly recommended."

Editorial Review - Readers' Review:

"This is a highly engaging story, filled with wonderful color-filled pictures that almost jump off the page. The writing style is smooth, well thought out and soothing to read. But the message is far more important for the young reader than a simple fun story... this is the type of story that readers will want to read repeatedly because of the professional artwork and the entertainment it provides. Although written for younger readers, I think older kids even up to middle grades (where comparisons really start kicking in) who read this can receive a positive reinforcement that it’s okay to be exactly who they are. Highly recommended."