But what happens when your pet is an owl, and your owl is terrorizing the neighbourhood?
In Farley Mowat's exciting children's story, a young boy's pet menagerie – which includes crows, magpies, gophers and a dog – grows out of control with the addition of two cantankerous pet owls. The story of how Wol and Weeps turn the whole town upside down is warm, funny, and bursting with adventure and suspense. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
This is such an awesome and really great book! I love it! Definitely worth it to give it a read.Published 6 days ago by vannemic
this is another family favorite. We found this at the library and ended up ordering it later. My son even did a book reveiw on this. Read morePublished 13 days ago by TULPAN
I am looking forward to sharing this book with owl loving daughter-in-law and grandchidrenPublished 23 days ago by Rebecca J Thomson
A hilarious account of a period in Farley Mowat's life, growing up in the area of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This is definitely a keeper.Published 3 months ago by Mary C. Leader
We used this as a read aloud both my boys 8/10 loved the boy. One even used it for a book report.Published 5 months ago by JJandG
I liked the book. It based on real events, very well written. But it is too short - it has only 11 chapters and some stories are repeated in the book "The Dog Who Wouldn't... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Acxetinto
Farley and his friend Bruce want a pet owl .Will their folks agree? will the owl be unfriendly? or will they get two owls? You Just have to read it yourself.Published 8 months ago by Flalamingo