The aliens slip into our universe through holes 1” by 2”.
The aliens have no legs.
The aliens have their mouths under their arms.
The aliens have half of their brains in their arms.
The aliens change colors at will.
The aliens can open locks without using tools..
The aliens can tell what you’ve been eating, drinking, and what drugs you’ve been exposed to just by touch.
We call the aliens octopuses. They broke off from our evolutionary line back when we were barely protozoa. Yet they’ve developed an amazing brain and a complex body. And, according to author Sy Montgomery, they can connect with us in a deep way. Sy herself has spent many hours with an octopus holding her arms with its many suckers, even ending up with an “octopus hickey.”
If this fascinates you, join Montgomery in her new book, The Soul of an Octopus, as she dives heart and soul into the world of octopuses. For some great photography, or to share with children, follow it up with her newer children’s book, The Octopus Scientists.
No alien lover or animal lover should miss these latest works by this prolific author. In fact, while you're waiting for the octopus books, try some more of Sy Montgomery's titles for both adults and chidren.