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Little Owl's Day Hardcover – September 16, 2014
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"The whisper-soft text is full of poetry, and the art will have preschoolers staring, wondering and dreaming, long after the story is done." -Chicago Tribune
About the Author
Divya Srinivasan is an illustrator and animator living in Austin, Texas. She is also the author-illustrator of Little Owl’s Night and Octopus Alone.
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The story in this book is really great for kids and makes it fairly easy for them to understand. Each page has a couple sentences so it's not too much and not too little of a story. Little Owl's Day is the story of Little Owl and the animals he sees during the day. He normally isn't awake during the day but he is woken up by a noisy squirrel and can't go back to sleep. He decides to explore his surroundings and see all of the animals who are sleeping at night when he is awake. Some of the same animals in Little Owl's Night appear in this book so children get to see what those animals do during the day.
I think Little Owl's Day is a wonderful book for young children and, if they like Little Owl's Night, they will most likely enjoy this one as well. My kids already love it and we like to read both before bedtime. Little Owl's Day isn't necessarily a bedtime book but the story ends at nighttime so you can definitely use this for bedtime. If you read Little Owl's Day and Little Owl's Night one after the other, they will help paint a picture for children about what Little Owl does during the cycle of the day. We often read these books before bedtime and I see us enjoying this one for a long time. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for a good book for a young child!
The images are beautifully drawn with bright, vivid colors to capture the child's attention. My son is only 2 month old but enjoys looking at both books as he listens to me reading them.
I highly recommend both Little Owl's Day and Night as a complimentary set.
He adores this book...from the first line he was entranced and had me going back again and again to read the book.
I think this book is best enjoyed after reading little owls night as they have a natural progression, the characters and the illustrations are simply lovely. Highly recommend this book, one of the best children's books I've read and enjoyable for both the little ones and the adult reading.
We just started a new preschool & noticed they had Little Owl's Night on the shelves, so we bought another copy of Little Owl's Day as a gift to the class.
We can't wait for her next release!