Story Time

Owls
Submitted by: Susan, Atascocita
Audience
• Toddler • Pre-school
Books
Whoo? Whoo? by:David A. Carter
Die-cut pages are used to reveal gradually parts of an overall picture as the reader is asked to guess what the eventual picture will be.
Whoooo’s There? by:Mary Serfozo
An inquisitive owl keeps track of the comings and goings of woodland creatures all night long.
Lazy Ozzie by:Michael Coleman
Because he thinks that flying is too much work, a lazy little owl tricks the other barnyard animals into helping him get down to the ground, but his mother is not fooled.
Owliver by:Robert Kraus
Although each of Owliver's parents has ideas for what he should do when he grows up and they expose him to lessons and experiences of various kinds, Owliver makes his own decision about what he is going to be.
Good-Night Owl! by:Pat Hutchins
Because all the other animals' noises keep him from sleeping, Owl watches for a chance to take his revenge.
I’m Not Scared by:Jonathan Allen
When Baby Owl takes his stuffed Owly out for a walk in the moonlit woods, he insists that he is not afraid of the other animals that keep popping up and making them jump.
I'm Not Cute by:Jonathan Allen
When Rabbit, Fox, and Squirrel take turns hugging Baby Owl, gushing about his adorable features ad nauseum, the youngster grimaces and grumbles, insisting that hes a huge, sleek hunting machine with great big see-in-the-dark eyes. Mama Owl resolves the problem at bedtime when she pairs both compliments in an acceptable fashion.
The Frightened Little Owl by:Mark Ezra
Although afraid to fly, Little Owl leaves the safety of her nest and goes to look for her missing mother, who has been watching over her all the time.
Hoot and Holler by:Alan Brown
Two owls who enjoy playing together never express their feelings for one another until they are separated by a storm.
Owl Babies by:Martin Waddell
Three owl babies whose mother has gone out in the night try to stay calm while she is gone.
Songs
Craft
Paper Bag Owl Puppet:
courtesy of Kids Craft Weekly
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