Kitana and I just finished our 3rd book in the Pan Macmillan Picture Book Party!
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Hoot hoot! 😛
I think this one is our favorite book thus far, to be honest.
Both my kids love birds so I knew this was going to be a hit when I opened the delivery box.
I’m new to the picture book party scene but I am really enjoying it! Kitana and I have gone on this exciting adventure every month filled with laughter, art and lots of important lessons to learn from the characters in the books.
Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise by Sean Taylor (Goodreads Author), Jean Jullien (Illustrations) has the perfect balance of words and pictures for a little one who is learning to read. It’s hilarious, colourful and interactive. We all know the history of owls and how they plan to get their prey… but…
Hoot the Owl who is no ordinary owl. He is a master of disguise! In the blackness of night, he’s preparing to swoop on his prey before it can realize his dastardly tricks.
Look there—a tasty rabbit for him to eat! Hoot Owl readies his costume, disguising himself as . . . a carrot! Then he waits. The rabbit runs off. Never mind! Surely his next juicy target will cower against such a clever and dangerous creature as he!
The best part of the book is when the Owl disguises himself.
The book is appropriate for kids between 4 and 8-years-old. It is a bit on the dark side of humour but it does have an important lesson to teach.
If a person is hungry, they will do everything they can to try and get something to eat even if it means disguising themselves into something they not.