Ottoline at Sea, Hardback Book

Ottoline at Sea Hardback

Part of the Ottoline series

5 out of 5 (2 ratings)


Ottoline and Mr. Munroe do everything and go everywhere together. That is, until the day Mr. Munroe mysteriously disappears leaving a strange clue written in string...

Armed with her Amateur Roving Collectors' travel pass Ottoline sets off on a journey over, under and on top of the sea to find her hairy best friend - and bring him back home.Ottoline at Sea is the third enchanting Ottoline adventure from Kate Greenaway award winner, Chris Riddell.

With his appealing illustration style, Riddell's humorous details make this a book to pore over and adore - especially using the free set of novelty gadget spectacles that comes included!


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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  • Category: General
  • ISBN: 9781405050593

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Ottoline At Sea by Chris Riddell is the third of the Ottoline books. As of writing this review, it's also the last of the books. To fully appreciate the story, one needs a pair of bog goggles to follow Mr. Munroe as he heads back to the Norway bogs.Ottoline and Mr. Munroe are once again home alone. Munroe, though, for reasons not made immediately apparent (to Ottoline, at least), gets the urge to go home. It all starts when he puts on a pair of newly delivered bog googles. Ottoline, worried for her friend, is hot on the trail with the help of the laundry stealing bear.The Bog Goggles are special glasses that come in the back of the book. Putting them on reveals hidden artwork — clues that Mr. Munroe is following on his way home. For adult readers, I must recommend, not trying them out while drunk — they don't work. Although if you're drunk enough you'll see the hidden images without them (but won't be able read the text).Thematically the book reminds me of the wonderful memoir, Attention All Shipping by Charlie Connelly. Maybe it's all the rain and boggy goodness.

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Love love love Ottoline books. Very much. :)