Little Owl's Day

Little Owl's Day

Book - 2014
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Little Owl has always been curious about daytime, but he's never been able to stay awake past dawn. Until now. When squirrel wakes him up with his loud chatter, Little Owl blinks open his eyes and realises that the large light in the sky is the sun! Soon, he's flying through the forest, exploring a familiar landscape but filled with unfamiliar sights - colourful butterflies, singing birds and dragonflies skimming the water. Little Owl is in awe. He knows he should fly back to his mama, but not before he sees his first rainbow glinting in the sun.
Publisher: New York :, Viking, published by Penguin Group,, ©2014.
ISBN: 9780670016501
Branch Call Number: Z SRI
Characteristics: 32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm.

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beanie20
Sep 25, 2020

Cute pictures. I changed some of the words because my niece doesn't know what trilling, dashed or skimming the pond means. My niece likes the story so I'll read Little Owl's Night next time. Its a good way to explain which animals are awake during the day vs the night.

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beanie20
Sep 25, 2020

beanie20 thinks this title is suitable for 5 years and under

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