Angry Owl And His Tree, Kerryn Ponter

Angry Owl And His Tree opening line: One windy morning Angry Owl woke up and noticed that the beautiful, green leaves on his tree were changing colour.

Angry Owl And His Tree

Why a children’s book:

Being blessed with a granddaughter is an amazing thing. I think it is important that children learn to love books, and reading. Hannah is lucky as her father started reading to her the day she came home. I want to make sure she has a selection of books to call her own, with as many local authors as possible. Angry Owl And His Tree will help her learn about change, not only seasonal, but in life as well.

Angry Owl And His Tree:
One morning our favourite owl woke up to discover that the lovely leaves on his tree were changing colour. He realised that it meant the onset of autumn and he felt sad. But gradually he noticed the fun other birds were having with the crunchy leaves. And so it happened through each passing season that his tree kept changing. Not only did he come to accept it but, he understood the value of the changes. Before he knew it, summer was on the way again.
Angry Owl and His Tree  presents the changing of the seasons to young children in a charming manner, accompanied by the most delightful illustrations. This is the third title in Kerryn Ponter’s Angry Owl series.
My verdict:

A lovely story to read to your child with really good illustrations.

Publishing information:
ISBN 9781432309138
Format Paperback
Published September 2018
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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