Sleep Tight Night Owls

  

I am going to tell you a secret that almost no one knows about me...  I adore owls!!! Needless to say, I have at least one owl themed storytime a year. Luckily, many children's authors  must also admire these wise little creature for there are several wonderful books in our system.

 

In case, you missed Family Storytime I thought that I would share a few of my favorite books with you.

 

  Berkeley's Barn Owl Dance by Tera Johnson

 

At the Leave the Nest Fall Fest, Berkeley and her fellow friends dance the night away, but when the next moonrise comes, she, along with her fellow fledglings, must leave home and, despite their fears, find a new place to dance!
 Little Hoot by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Little Hoot wants to go to bed early, like all of his friends do, and he is hopping mad when Mama and Papa owl insist that he stay up late and play.
 Owl Moon by Jane Yolen
On a winter's night under a full moon, a father and daughter trek into the woods to see the Great Horned Owl.

 

   Owl Babies by Martin Waddell

 Three owl babies whose mother has gone out in the night try to stay calm while she is gone.

 

  Wow! Said the Owl byTim Hopgood

 

A curious little owl decides to stay awake to find out how the things he sees at night look during the daytime. This book is new and I love the illustrations. 

   Cock-a-doodle-hooooooo!  by Mick Manning

When a tired, lonely owl finds shelter in a hen house during a storm, he is awakened by a flock of bossy hens who try to force him to be a cockerel, until he demonstrates what he can do for them.
 A Book of Sleep  by  Il Sung Na
While other animals sleep at night, some quietly and others noisily, some alone and others huddled together, a wide-eyed owl watches.