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It's evening in the forest and Little Owl wakes up from his day-long sleep to watch his friends enjoying the night. Hedgehog sniffs for mushrooms, Skunk nibbles at berries, Frog croaks, and Cricket sings. A full moon rises and Little Owl can't understand why anyone would want to miss it. Could the daytime be nearly as wonderful? Mama Owl begins to describe it to him, but as the sun comes up, Little Owl falls fast asleep.

Putting a twist on the bedtime book, Little Owl's Night is sure to comfort any child with a curiosity about the night.

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"There's a surfeit of books about going to bed, but fewer about the beauty of night after all the humans have gone to sleep. In her debut, Srinivasan explores this world through the character of Little Owl, a mite of a bird with enormous green eyes. 'Little Owl visited his friend the raccoon. As they sat in the clover, fog rolled in and hovered just overhead.' There's no thread joining the events of Little Owl's pleasant evening; he thinks about showing his friend Bear the moon, but Bear doesn't wake up. Fox says hello, but doesn't stay. 'Tell me again how night ends,' Little Owl asks his mother. 'The moon and stars fade to ghosts,' she tells him. 'Spiderwebs turn to silver threads.' The story's chief virtue is its graceful, balletic prose; the artwork's crisp edges and cold greens and blacks, by contrast, have a polished, commercial feel — a Mary Blair vibe in a Photoshop era. It's a provocative inversion of the classic bedtime story, and a solid first outing. Srinavasan's message is that night is a delightful place, and that's useful knowledge for small children. Ages 3 — 5. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

About the Author

Divya Srinivasan (www.pupae.com) lives in Austin, Texas. Little Owl's Night is her first book.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780670012954
Author:
Srinivasan, Divya
Publisher:
Viking Children's Books
Author:
Kono, Erin Eitter
Subject:
Animals - Birds
Subject:
Children s Animals-Animal Stories-Birds
Subject:
Children s-General
Edition Description:
Hardback - picture book
Publication Date:
20110931
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from P up to K
Language:
English
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
10.75 x 8.5 x 0.31 in 0.83 lb
Age Level:
from 3 up to 5

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "There's a surfeit of books about going to bed, but fewer about the beauty of night after all the humans have gone to sleep. In her debut, Srinivasan explores this world through the character of Little Owl, a mite of a bird with enormous green eyes. 'Little Owl visited his friend the raccoon. As they sat in the clover, fog rolled in and hovered just overhead.' There's no thread joining the events of Little Owl's pleasant evening; he thinks about showing his friend Bear the moon, but Bear doesn't wake up. Fox says hello, but doesn't stay. 'Tell me again how night ends,' Little Owl asks his mother. 'The moon and stars fade to ghosts,' she tells him. 'Spiderwebs turn to silver threads.' The story's chief virtue is its graceful, balletic prose; the artwork's crisp edges and cold greens and blacks, by contrast, have a polished, commercial feel — a Mary Blair vibe in a Photoshop era. It's a provocative inversion of the classic bedtime story, and a solid first outing. Srinavasan's message is that night is a delightful place, and that's useful knowledge for small children. Ages 3 — 5. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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