Wednesday, July 6, 2016

"BERRY" Good Books: Week 6

Week 6 and we meet Little Owl and all his nocturnal friends. With the word list and fun writing paper, we can add to his adventures.
You know why I picked this book up, don't you?  How could I not look at this book. However, the first time I saw the book it was a board book.  As much as I tried to convince myself to buy a board book, I decided not to. Thankfully, the Scholastic Book Fair "helped" me out.
Week 6 and we meet Little Owl and all his nocturnal friends. With the word list and fun writing paper, we can add to his adventures.

I think the intention of the book is pretty obvious.  Yes, it's about an owls night.  Not surprisingly, it also about other animals in the night.  It's a great book to start the discussion about nocturnal animals. Little owl talks about who he might visit and who is asleep.  The book also ends as little owl and other nocturnal animals go to sleep, the morning glories open and the rooster crows.
Week 6 and we meet Little Owl and all his nocturnal friends. With the word list and fun writing paper, we can add to his adventures.





I couldn't miss the opportunity to give you a nocturnal animals word list, but this word list if specific to the book. All of the animals on the card are mentioned in the book. Little Owl wants to share the moon with his friend the bear, but bear is asleep.  Little Owl wonders if he's ever seen the stars.  Along with the word card, I have provided some writing papers. How could owl describe the moon and stars to bear?

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