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The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark (Anglais) Broché – 4 mars 2004

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This fearful little owl will "Plop" right into your life. 15 novembre 2013
Par Wilma C. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Plop, the very young owl, instantly endeared himself to my 4 year old grandson who was fighting his fear of the dark. It started when Plop fell out of his tree rather than flying gracefully. What 4 year old can't indentify with awkwardness, fear, and being reluctant to share the depth of his fear with his parents for fear they might be disappointed in him. And the friends Plop met along the way to share the necessity and beauty of the night were warm and inviting as well as helpful. It was a kind and gentle story which my grandson and I delighted in sharing and discussing together.
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Utterly Delightful, Magical, and oh, so FUNNY! 22 mars 2010
Par KC - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Jill Tomlinson, the brilliant author of this book -The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark- as well as quite a few others of a similar vein, must have mainlined her inner child when developing Plop, the main character in this wonderful story.

Plop is a young barn owl. Plop is a hungry, young barn owl. Plop is a hungry, young barn owl frightened of the dark, and Plop's poor, exhausted parents are at their wits end about the whole situation. Between hunting trips & way too few naps, Plops parents -rather than forcing him to face his fear unprepared- urge him to learn as much as he can about the dark. Plop achieves this by approaching a few of the characters who happen to be within sight of his nesting tree.

Wait a minute...I need to stop. There is no way I can even come close to summarizing this story for you that would do it the justice it so well deserves. Buy the book...really!

I will, however, say that this is one of the BEST children's stories I have EVER had the privlege of reading, let alone sharing with my child. My little girl (who is 7, as of today) is very much like Plop. She's intelligent, precocious, outgoing -and dare I say it?- a HOOT! And, also like Plop, she fears the dark. The story kept both of us interested the entire time, & we shared so many laughs! And, on the last night of the story my brave little girl asked me to turn off the light...

Whether you are looking for a book to help a child deal with this fear, or if you are just looking for a great book to read to (or with) a child, I'd say this book is a guaranteed WINNER! Buy the book!

I am looking forward to reading three other books by Jill Tomlinson I bought for my girl's birthday; the ones with the cat, the otter, and the aardvark. I have no doubt they were created with the same magic as this one. Check them out.

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Sweet Story 5 septembre 2011
Par Grace's Mama - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this for my toddler who is afraid of the dark. I hadn't realized it was a chapter book and had considered returning it. However, my daughter saw it and wanted me to read it. I read a chapter to her each night--and she was riveted. It's a story she could relate to and had an adorable protagonist--that fluffy baby owl named Plop. She loved it. Though she's still afraid of the dark, it allowed her an opportunity to explore her feelings and talk about them. Be aware that it has a few words and phrases used throughout that are uniquely British and may require additional explanation for young people who speak American English or other English dialects.
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Good Bedtime Book 19 décembre 2013
Par Jacob M. Schlegel - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been reading this to my 1 year old son before bed, and he listens very well. It is a fun story, which keeps both him and I entertained. It is a chapter book, and a good book to transition from pictures to more words. Like another reviewer noted, the book does have some unique British English words - words that even I did not immediately understand.
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Nice long read 11 février 2014
Par Tessa Nichole - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I enjoy this book. It's nice and long and gives my son time to fall asleep and stay that way. This isn't a book that your child will be able to read until they're several years old but it makes a great story to read for them.
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