The Owl Who Couldn’t Growl

9781503752443

Description:

Deep within the forest, the fiercest animals can growl…but not the owl. And if that’s not bad enough, he can’t howl or honk or roar or bark, either! As the owl tries to join the woodland chorus, he discovers his own special song in this charming and funny story of individuality and self-acceptance. Parents and children will enjoy sharing this comical, lyrical tale that encourages being “WHOOO” you are.

Written by Susan Rich Brooke and Illustrated by Elisa Patrissi.

Details:

ISBN: 9781503752498
Dimensions: 8.25″ x 10.25″
Hardcover
Pages: 40
Age: 4-7 Years

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Star Rating from: Goodreads.com
4/5

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