Seaper Powers, In Search of Bleu Jay’s Treasure .. the first animation film from children’s book author and edm artist Kim Cameron!

Acclaimed childrens book author Kim Cameron has just complted her very first Animation movie for Seaper Powers, whilest geared to younger children its a great series of books that are poignnet for adults as well.  Teaching the importance of sea life, climate change and Ocean health to all who engage in the stories.

From Kim… The book series was inspired by a little girl I met on tour in St. Barths.  During a break in my set..she told she loved octopus. I was intrigued by this…since most little girls have a tendency to love starfish or dolphins.  I ended up writing a song on the beach the next day with my guitar player. He suggested I write a story that incorporates the song. Soon a book was born…then a series, and now a movie.

About the film itself.. Embark on a magical ocean journey in this feature-length animated film for young adventurers and families of all ages. Meet Emma, a little girl on vacation off the island of St. Thomas, who discovers magical sea-grass that gives her the power to talk to sea life. Soon enough, Emma has a new group of sea-critter friends. There’s Oliver, a shy young octopus who’s full of adventure but too timid to explore with his friends; and Steve, an out-of-place starfish who discovers he has powers of his own. Together, the quirky trio set off on a grand adventure to find buried treasure, along the way learning important lessons about friendship, self-confidence, protecting the environment, and the power of imagination.

Check it out on IMDb which includes the official trailer  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9576232/plotsummary?ref_=tt_ov_pl


Not only is Kim a brilliant childrens book author she is also one of the TOP charting Billboard and Starfleet Music Record Pool  EDM dance artist. You can find out more about her https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Cameron_(musician)

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