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.
The two large owls rested in the Snowy Owl's tree that she used for her
observation post as she watched the human den. ... Just as the Snowy Owl had
described, the little human appeared at the entry of the den on the back porch
dressed in a ...
Author: Jim & Ann Sheridan
This story is written from the view point of the animals that live in a northwest US forest who are facing the possibility of losing their forest homes due to human encroachment into their world. The animals set out to learn how to communicate with humans. The Snowy Owl has been given the task by the Council of the Owls to find a human to speak to. The story is told through a series of encounters between a little boy named Aaron and the Snowy Owl. The little boy is adventurous and regularly enters the forest to explore. The Snowy Owl tries to protect him from the dangers that exist in the forest. Through the little boy’s experiences he learns more and more about the animals and the crisis they are facing in losing their forest home. He also learns about the Laws of Nature that determine how the animals relate to each other. He is befriended by a number of animals in the forest who come to his aid when he is faced with danger.
Two other babies were on the floor, frightened and crying. With great relief, Maria
handed the older toddler to Virginia, and instructed Carlotta and Pilar to help with
the little ones. Carlotta took a warm tortilla from the stack on the stove, tore it in ...
Author: Donna Simko
Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman's cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.
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 little girl in this book has never seen a barn owl, but when her grandpa puts a nest-box high in the old oak tree, they wait and they wait until one spring night, just as the sky goes pink, a pale face looks out of it, then takes off ...
Author: Nicola Davies
The little girl in this book has never seen a barn owl, but one day her grandpa puts a nest-box high in the old oak tree. They wait and they wait until one spring night, just as the sky goes pink, a pale face looks out of it, then takes off towards them...
The Owl the most flagging Bird that is , of which there are three sorts , a great
grey Owl with ears , a little grey Owl , and a white Owl , which is no bigger than a
Thrush . Plinie writes that the brains of an Owl asswageth the pain & inflammation
Author: Massachusetts Historical Society
For the statement above quoted, also for full bibliographical information regarding this publication, and for the contents of the volumes [1st ser.] v. 1- 7th series, v. 5, cf. Griffin, Bibl. of Amer. hist. society. 2d edition, 1907, p. 346-360.
When her coat was clean and her poise restored, she rose and strolled back to
where the little owl was perched on the curve of the skimmer, ... Immediately the
round, white bird spread its wings and flew up into the sky, hooting angrily.
Author: Kate Forsyth
In the land of Eileanan, the Pact of Peace has not meant the end of unrest. Isault and Lachlan must continue to deal with their military position in Tirsoilleir—where a spy has compromised their tactical secrets, leaving them at a tremendous loss. Isabeau the witch longs to rejoin her sister and her home in these uncertain times, but she must first complete one last task for her teachers. To find her true purpose in life, she must reach the Skull of the World and listen to the silent words of the White Gods. Few survive. But those who do are changed forever. Now, when she does return home, she does so with an extraordinary gift. But when Margrit of Arran decides to take advantage of Lachlan’s absence by kidnapping his son and heir to the throne, Isabeau must learn to use her gifts in the face of evil—and overcome her enemy once and for all.
According to Mary Burgan, 'our Else' wearing 'a long white dress, rather like a
nightgown', whose 'cropped hair and enormous solemn eyes' made her look like '
a little white owl',63 is a spectral figure of Mansfield's baby sister, Gwen, who died
Author: Gerri Kimber
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
This volume addresses issues raised by Katherine Mansfield's nomadic rootlessness as an 'extraterritorial' writer. Contributions draw on postcolonial and diasporic frameworks to examine Mansfield's insights into colony and empire.