The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark

by Jill Tomlinson (author)

Suitable for 3 - 6 years

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Poor Plop! Baby owls are meant to love darkness – but he’s terrified of it. How can he overcome his nerves and become a true night owl? Slowly, with the help of the other night creatures, he learns that dark is exciting, dark is gentle, dark is mysterious and dark is kind… A wonderful look at the unseen side of things, and at all the positive things that night and dark can be, this is a funny and beautifully told story of facing fears and learning to fit in.

Product Details

Catalogue number

5596 in Schools Catalogue 2022/23 and 47 in Setanta Primary September 2022

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781405271974

Publisher

Farshore

Date published

January 2nd, 2014

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.6; Lower years; 1.0 points

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  • 112 pages

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New

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