Owl Babies

One night in the wood, Mummy Owl flies off hunting. Her three little owl babies are left behind, waiting in their cosy tree. Darkness gathers and the owls begin to worry. Will Mummy ever come back? But they needn’t be afraid. Of course she will! One of the best bedtime books ever written, with lovely pictures and a soothing message. Little readers: you’ll adore this calming story, full of the magic of the night.

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  • liked it

    so cute

    9 March 2014

  • This is about three owl babies who wake up to not find their mother.

    5 March 2013

  • loved it

    This is such a cute and lovely little story for younger ones!

    16 July 2012

  • loved it

    such a cute little book for the youn kids.

    6 March 2012

  • loved it

    beautiful piece of literature perfect for reading to little children at night when they have to got to sleep in the dark without their parents just like the owlets!

    27 February 2011

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Authors

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    Martin Waddell has won the Nestle Smarties prize twice for Can’t You Sleep, Little Bear? and Farmer Duck, and the Kurt Maschler award for The Park in the Dark.

  • Awards

    Patrick Benson won the Mother Goose Award for The Green Book of Hob Stories and The Red Book of Hob Stories in 1984.

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