This week’s book choices are all about owls.
First we start off with our favorite owl of all time, good old “wol” from The World of Pooh by A. A. Milne
The Littlest Owl by Caroline Pitcher, Tina McNaughton
Deep inside a willow tree, three newly hatched owlets curiously examine the fourth, quiet egg. Is there an owl in there, they wonder. When at last the fourth owlet struggles free, he doesn’t look much like the others.
The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson, Paul Howard
Plop, the Baby Barn Owl, is like every Barn Owl there ever was, except for one thing—he is afraid of the dark. “Dark is nasty” he says and so he won’t go hunting with his parents.
The Little White Owl by Tracey Corderoy, Jane Chapman
From bestselling illustrator, Jane Chapman, comes a touching story that celebrates the differences and the beauty inside each of us.
Little Hoot by Amy Crouse Rosenthal, Jen Corace
It’s not fair! All Little Owl wants is to go to bed at a reasonable hour, like his friends do. But no . . . Mama and Papa say little owls have to stay up late and play.
We will end with the most beautifully illustrated edition of The Owl & The Pussycat by Edward Lear Illustrated by Jan Brett. When we were growing up my grandmother would give us a penny a line for each poem we memorized and recited to her. The Owl and The Pussycat was the very first poem I recited to her.
Owl sets out to woo Pussycat in a boat laden with fruit and with a guitar at his side, ready for serenading.
Did we forget your favorite owl book? If so, leave the title in the comments. We love to discover new books.