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Little Owl's Day

Little Owl s Day Chikit chikit chik A squirrel is chittering Bees are buzzing The sun is high in the sky And Little Owl is supposed to be asleep but when he wakes up early he s just too curious to close his eyes aga

  • Title: Little Owl's Day
  • Author: Divya Srinivasan
  • ISBN: 9780670016501
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chikit chikit chik A squirrel is chittering Bees are buzzing The sun is high in the sky And Little Owl is supposed to be asleep, but when he wakes up early, he s just too curious to close his eyes again The forest he knows so well at nighttime is completely different and exciting in the day After watching butterflies dance, wolf pups play, and then his very firstChikit chikit chik A squirrel is chittering Bees are buzzing The sun is high in the sky And Little Owl is supposed to be asleep, but when he wakes up early, he s just too curious to close his eyes again The forest he knows so well at nighttime is completely different and exciting in the day After watching butterflies dance, wolf pups play, and then his very first rainbow, Little Owl returns to his tree He has many new stories for his mama.A blue sky companion to Little Owl s Night, Little Owl s Day is just right for young children and the perfect introduction to the joy and wonder of the natural world.

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    1. It's daytime and little owl cannot sleepAt least now he can talk to the bear who normally sleeps at night.He cannot show him the moon, but bear can show him the rainbow.Wonderful children's book!

    2. I loved Srinivasan’s first Little Owl picture book, Little Owl’s Night, and Little Owl’s Day is the perfect follow up. You get to see the daytime version of Little Owl’s forest, full of all sorts of diurnal creatures and other sights that can only be enjoyed in the sunshine, like rainbows and sun-loving flowers. There are fun tie-ins to the first book as well–like Little Owl’s finally getting to show Bear the moon. The art is superb–a really interesting style. I love that this book [...]

    3. This picturebook follows Little Owl who wakes up during the day and discovers the marvels of daytime.The digitally-rendered illustrations are overly-saccharine and lack any sort of characterization or emotion. The story itself reminds me of Laura Amy Schlitz's The Night Fairy which follows a night creature into the day.

    4. Synopsis: "Chikit-chikit-chik!A squirrel is chittering. Bees are buzzing. The sun is high in the sky. And Little Owl is supposed to be asleep, but when he wakes up early, he’s just too curious to close his eyes again. The forest he knows so well at nighttime is completely different – and exciting – in the day! After watching butterflies dance, wolf pups play, and then his very first rainbow, Little Owl returns to his tree. He has many new stories for his mama.A blue sky companion to Little [...]

    5. Though I really love the prequel, Little Owl's Night, the most, this is a good little companion book, and allows us to revisit characters from the other book (and find out if Bear ever does get to see the moon!). This is just as enchanting a book, with Little Owl waking up in the day and getting to explore a world that's very unusual to him, though still familiar. The illustrations are adorable, though not as magical to me as the ones set in the deep dark night of the other book. It makes a grea [...]

    6. A solid parable about stepping outside of your comfort zone. However, it also contains a reminder that sometimes you will learn more than you were planning to when doing so. As Little Owl returns to his tree at dusk, he finds Rabbit settling into a burrow underneath it. In addition to finding squatters in his basement, his encounter with Bear is unsettling.

    7. Little Owl is so cute!!!Sweet pictures and a simple story of Little Owl exploring his home. Would work well with a storytime on forests, owls, bears well, most woodland creatures really - a number get a mention. Would even be a good supplemental book for a storytime on the moon or rainbows (both get a mention).Apparently this one goes right along with Little Owl's Night. I'll have to keep an eye out for when it get checked back in.

    8. little owl explores the forest environment by day, not the forest he usually sees in the night. this is a visually stunning book!

    9. These illustrations take children on a journey through the woods with the main character, Little Owl, where readers meet interesting animals, insects, flora and fauna. Delightful.

    10. A partner to the nighttime owl, this book is much less compelling showing overly cute images of diurnal scenes.

    11. Little Owl encounters the day and discovers the beauty therein. I'm glad he had a chance to see it all.

    12. In this companion to Little Owl's Night, Owl wakes up early and is amazed by the sight of the forest during the day. There are birds singing, flowers opening to the sun, wolf cubs playing, and even a rainbow stretching across the sky. As it turns out, nature is glorious during the night and day.Little Owl's Day is a celebration of the natural world and an invitation to observe it closely. The adorable illustrations complement the text well, and the ending has a cozy feel that makes it perfect fo [...]

    13. I'm so happy to see more books by Divya Srinivasan. My library has all her titles about little owl, who is one of my story time favorites. The artwork is not only fantastic, it's done in such a way that it's easy to use with all age groups.Many times a book can be too busy to use with babies and young toddlers. That's not a problem with Divya's books. And how can anyone resist the adorable owl and his many friends?

    14. Very cute book, but the characters didn't pull me in. Little Owl gets to see all the wonders of daylight that he's been missing and the book concludes with him showing a bear the moon. Little Owl visits all of his friends and gets to see a rainbow while his mother sleeps. Not sure if Little Owl returns to his previous sleep patterns. The pictures are cute, and each page has about two sentences. Just because I didn't fall in love with it doesn't mean the kids won't.

    15. This is a cute book for young children about all of the wonder that exists during the day - the reader discovers everything through the eyes of an owl who is usually asleep during the day. The pictures are lovely, and it is an interesting premise for young children who are usually awake during the day and may not yet understand that not everything is.

    16. While not quite as amazing as Srinivsan's other two, this is still a pretty cute book. Great for preschoolers to discuss which animals are diurnal and which are nocturnal; it's wonderful to pair with Little Owl's Night to really drive this point home. And, really, any animal with ENORMOUS eyes like Srinivasan's characters are hard to resist. Even the snakes!

    17. Little Owl discovers by accident how active the forest is during the day. Oh the joy of learning about animal friends he never gets to see at night. Divya Srinivasan creates a vibrant, wondrous picture book for young readers to discover the two worlds of the forest. A world of wonder awaits Little Owl and children too.Published by Viking Books, an imprint of Penguin Group.

    18. This was such a cute book. A perfect companion to Little Owl's Night because it features animals that are not often mentioned in children's books (wrens) and the nocturnal animals from Little Owl's Night are also featured again. Just an adorable book.

    19. In this companion picture book to LITTLE OWL'S NIGHT, Little Owl wakes up during the day and sees the forest with an entirely different perspective. The text and illustrations work well to convey Little Owl's sense of wonder at the daytime landscape.

    20. I loved this sweet book about the life of animals in the woods as seen for the first time by Little Owl who never has been awake during the day before. A unique looking Little Owl (my what big eyes you have!)illustration and comforting illustrations for the setting.

    21. Cuteness alert! Little Owl wakes up early and sees just how different the forest is during the daytime. Love the fact that book is realistic to the animal activity but the illustrations adorably round.

    22. Age 13 stars, because my son loves it. I find it slightly annoying to read and the phrasing to be awkward.

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