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Oola the Owl Who Lost Her Hoot! Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-04-24 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 12 user ratings
ISBN:1780654871
LANGUAGE:English

" I really enjoyed this! I liked Oola as the main character and enjoyed her journey to find her hoot. " said.

" An owl goes on a journey because she lost her hoot. I loved the illustrations. My daughter loved the adventure that the owl went on. Worth reading. " said.

" Read this for storytime (3 and 4 year olds). The kids loved it, they laughed as Oola heard the other animals noises, tried them herself and realized they definitely were not her lost hoot. " said.

" A beautifully illustrated book, and a delightful story as Oola visits different animals in search of her hoot. " said.

" A delightful book about a young owl who lost her hoot after playing all night. She goes out to find it and learns an important lesson about sharing. The darling illustrations and cute writing make this ideal for reading out loud. " said.

" I loved this one from the very first page! Oola Owl lost her hoot and she's determined to find it! Sneaking out of her tree, she asks the daylight animals and tries their sounds on for size but something's just not quite right. Will Oola find her hoot? Find out in this winning book, beautiful from cover to cover! " said.

" Tim Bugbird’s hide-and-seek narrative creates a patterned literary experience for young readers as we join Oola, the baby owl, in the quest for her lost hoot. Clare Fennel’s bright collage illustrations create a quirky young owlet and a forest that inspires the imagination. The clever use of different font sizes and text placement propels readers through the forest as we cheer for the sweet protagonist. " said.

"Oola is a young owl who has spent a hard night playing. As the morning begins to dawn, she is tired, so she flies home and gets ready for bed. But when she goes to hoot, all that comes out is a whisper. Because she’s so worn out, Mama says, “You’ve lost your hoot.” Unable to sleep and misunderstanding what her mother means, Oola thinks that she must have left her voice in the forest and sneaks out to the woods, the pond, the streamside, and the meadow during the bright daylight to find her hoot. Can a mouse, a frog, a duck, and a grasshopper help her? What will she do? Does she ever locate her hoot?

This adorable and beautifully illustrated story for young children and beginning readers is not only a very cute book, but it is also educational too as each animal says its own sound and Oola tries to imitate it. One reviewer noted, “Tim Bugbird’s hide-and-seek narrative creates a patterned literary experience for young readers” and “Clare Fennell’s bright collage illustrations create a quirky young owlet and a forest that inspires the imagination.” My wife picked up Oola, the Owl Who Lost Her Hoot! as a birthday present for a three-year old friend of ours. For some reason, Sarah Phillips is occasionally identified as the author on a few websites.
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