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review Owly Wormy, Bright Lights and Starry Nights Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Out on a stargazing venture in this wordless picture book Owly and Wormy discover that it’s fine to be frightened—but it’s better to be braveOwly and Wormy want to see the stars So they gather their telescope and their lantern Leavesand branchesand leaves     But these two friends are not about to let a little obstacle like foliage stop them Armed with camping gear galoshes and their wits of course Owly and Wormy set out once again And this time there are even bigger challenges to face What’s that screee sound What’s that click click clicking noise And what. The illustrations are SO adorable and it was a cute little wordless story But honestly I kind of had a tough time deciphering some of the pictures If you're letting a child make up a story to go along with the pictures anyway then that doesn't really matter

Andy Runton ✓ 3 read & download

Has happened to their telescope     Owly and Wormy find plenty to be frightened of but with a little bravery they also find there are nearly as many helpful new friends on the horizon as there are stars in the sky This wordless picture book conveys a nuanced narrative with charming illustrations that will appeal to even the earliest readers. I love the illustrations and Owly and the bats are especially adorable I'm a sucker for spherical animals I thinkThe book is a wordless picture book so if that's off putting to you then give this one a pass If you don't mind building a story yourself it's a pretty cute one I actually used this in a storytime on daynight could also be good for bats stars owls etc I sketched in the bare bones of the story asking the kids lots of uestions to fill in the rest what do they see in the telescope why can't they see any stars that sort of thing They enjoyed having a chance to chatter and create the details of the story

summary ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Andy Runton

Owly Wormy Bright Lights and Starry NightsOut on a stargazing venture in this wordless picture book Owly and Wormy discover that it’s fine to be frightened but it’s better to be braveOwly and Wormy want to see the stars So they gather their telescope and their lantern and head out into the dark night all the way to the edge of their branch Try as they might though they can only see. The different format from previous Owly books is very cute and welcome It's a larger book in the format of a children's book and a single story whereas previous books in the series have been a condensed collection of storiesWith the new format there are larger pictures and multiple new colours The story as well is just as happy enjoyable and emotional as past stories with the common and highly welcome theme of making new friends This one also focuses on adaptation to variables during adventuring For example Owly and Wormy adventure out for a day's hike and it begins raining Luckily Owly brought raingear Something I should do often living in a rain heavy regionAnother factor that I enjoyed with this particular Owly book was how consistently cheerful and encouraging Owly was to his understandably nervous friend Wormy At one point Wormy is to guard the camp while Owly sets off to find something they dropped and Owly references Wormy's knightliness from a previous story involving his exposure to a story of fantasy knights and dragons Wormy uickly becomes confident from this concept It has me thinking often of constructive ways I can encourage and help empower those I care for and things I can do to adapt to new changes and make our lives easier