He didn't even have a name. But he didn't really mind too much. It had always been like that. And his head was full of happy stories... Then one day, the Little White Owl sets off to explore the world, and he gets a very wonderful surprise.
Author: Tracey Corderoy
Publisher: Little Tiger Press
Once there was a little white owl who lived by himself in the snow. He didn't have a mummy. He didn't have a daddy. He didn't even have a name. But he didn't really mind too much. It had always been like that. And his head was full of happy stories... Then one day, the Little White Owl sets off to explore the world, and he gets a very wonderful surprise...
Luna returns home to some valuable advice from his mom about school, learning and how to share with others. This story can be enjoyed by children aged 3 - 5 years as an assisted reading book.
Publisher: Maximus Publishing
The little white snowy owl who wanted to go to ....... is about a snowy owl hatching named Luna. From the moment he hatches from his egg, Luna wants to go to school. He learns about different subjects at school and loves every minute of it. Luna discovers that he is a very clever little snowy owl because he learns so easily. Luna returns home to some valuable advice from his mom about school, learning and how to share with others. This story can be enjoyed by children aged 3 - 5 years as an assisted reading book. Happy reading Are your children refusing to go to bed. Are you searching for a good, educative, yet soothing bedtime story. Are they refusing to engage in mutual activities. They will also enjoy fun pages that will ensure hours of creative activity. This children's book that is highly entertaining, great for early readers, and is jam-packed with bedtime stories, jokes, games, and more. This children's storybook has it all Kids and children can practice their reading skills or have a parent read it aloud. This special story includes lessons and morals about about caring and love. What's include inside : Special Bonus Fun Short Story Maze Puzzles Maze Puzzles Answer Word Search Word Search Answer Fun Games Kid's Jokes Next Steps About The Author 4 Free Children's Book and so much more This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home with friends and family. Also can use as a bedtime story. The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers children. Don't wait another minute Buy now and start spend best time with your child.
Here the young mother looks up, as if she really saw the eyes of the little white
owl glaring from among the rustic rafters or through the hole in the roof. The dark
eyes of the dark little baby, which follow the direction of hers, are opening wide ...
Author: Ellen H. Walworth
Publisher: Good Press
"The Life and Times of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Lily of the Mohawks" by Ellen H. Walworth. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
enough there was a little white owl sitting there on the edge of the thatched roof
looking down at them with huge, piercing, bright blue eyes. “Peko!” Kelarina said
excitedly. The small white owl cocked his head back and forth slowly, and then ...
Author: Robert Watt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Back of book text: For thousands and thousand of years the Ten Kingdoms have been at war. The god, Traxias had grown tired of constant battles and wars going on cause death to all humankind. Traxias come to a White Wizard named Kelarina AnTanis and in a dream he tells her to take what he has created and called the Peace Stone to Mount Charnel in the Quawear Mountains in the faraway Kingdom of Quentaria. Once there the god tells shell find a special cave on Mount Charnel with a white marble altar in it. He tells Kelarina shes to place the Peace Stone on the white marble altar and peace and tranquility will come to the Ten Kingdoms of Babashalon. The story continues with numerous colorful character weaving in and out the story line.
the area the same way they arrived and discussed various ways to rid the barn of
the owls. Nearby the blueberry bush stood a tall silver maple tree. Inside the
thickest part of its branches hid the little white barn owl. He had been listening to
Author: John Crespeno
Chapter One Toby rested next to a fence in a strange alley, in a strange neighborhood, and in a strange area he had never seen before. Most mice by his age had learned of all the dangers that being out on a mouse’s own might present itself. But Toby had spent most of his learning years in a rather protected environment. Toby was already missing the beautiful garden where he was raised as an orphan. The yard was protected by a community of animals that watched out for each other and had taught him the basics of gathering food and staying warm for the winter. His home had been a hollowed pumpkin that was nestled in a large collection of flower pots filled with tall flowering plants on a patio that gave him a sense of security. But now he had received news that his long lost family could be living in a wildlife reserve field, and he desperately wanted to be reunited with his father, mother, and baby sister. If it was possible that they had escaped an attack by two vicious cats many months ago, his family might have taken refuge in this new land and Toby was determined to find them. Toby hid along the fence lines of these new yards and studied the situation before he would move to the next yard. “Keep heading south,” he would whisper to himself to keep up his courage. “That is where the field is located.” When the clouds would part, the light from the full moon would help him see the best route to take to his next destination. Suddenly, from above, Toby heard a voice. “Hey ya, kid. It’s okay; the coast is clear. Cross the driveway and get to the next fence. It’s safe, little buddy.” Toby recognized the voice of his friend from the garden, a plucky blue jay named Hawkeye. The jaunty bird had promised all the others in the yard that he would help the gray mouse journey safely to his new home. “Thanks, Hawkeye,” and with that Toby darted as fast as possible over to the next fence. He was coming to the end of another block of houses. The mouse had lost count by now of how many rows of alleys he had passed trying to reach this secured area of land he had heard about. “Am I even close to this new field, Hawkeye?” asked the exhausted little mouse. The blue jay was perched on top of a yard’s fence. “Kid, you’ve only started. It will take you several days to reach this place. You’re going to have to be a little patient,” advised the bird. “What do ya say we try to make one more block and I’ll find you a nice safe place to rest for the night?” “That sounds great. I need to eat, too,” the weary little mouse uttered with a sigh. “I am not used to all this traveling.” That was true. Toby had found sanctuary in that nice private garden when he was a very young mouse in the early autumn of the year and never ventured forth beyond its tall, protective, brown cedar fence. He then had endured a long, harsh, cold winter and celebrated his first spring. But his pumpkin home was rotting and falling apart. Soon the people of the house were going to throw the decaying fruit into the trash heap. For a significant amount of time in his life, that yard had been his whole world. Toby had made close friends with a family of lizards, geckos, and even some birds. He was also inducted into the garden’s military security force by an old toad, Major Hornsby, who guarded the vegetable garden. Toby’s attention focused again on a signal to be given by the bird that the coast was clear to move to the next alley. Hawkeye had flown across the dimly lit street to the entrance of the next alley and was perched on a blooming Bradford pear tree branch nearby. The bird gave Toby the signal, and the little gray mouse flew like the wind across the street and into the alley along the next fence line. As Toby gradually moved his way through the grass, he came upon some garbage: soft drink cans, paper towels and, to his surprise, a large plastic bag with the smell of some type of potatoes that he recognized from the raised vegetable garden back home. Toby stopped for a moment and realized that he had thought of the garden as “home” and wondered if his travels would take him to a place as nice as where he had been raised. He wiggled his way through the bag and came across a large quantity of very crispy, salty potatoes that had flavorings he had never tasted before. They were delicious! The mouse ate until his little belly protruded. “Look at me, Hawkeye. I am as fat as that old toad, Major Hornsby.”
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as the snowy owl and eagle owls , will attack such large animals as hares , young
fawns , and even , it is said , foxes . Most owls will also prey upon birds , but ...
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