Owl Babies

(30 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

When three baby owls wake up to find their mother gone, they feel scared and vulnerable. But their anxieties soon prove unfounded by Mum's safe return. This reassuring and stunningly illustrated book tackles the subject of temporary separation - a situation which all children are likely to experience, be it Mum going to work or first day at Nursery. No father figure is mentioned.

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