Download e-book for iPad: Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson

By Jill Tomlinson

ISBN-10: 0864613113

ISBN-13: 9780864613110

A child owl learns to not worry the dark

Plop, the newborn Barn Owl, is like all Barn Owl there ever used to be, with the exception of one thing—he is petrified of the darkish. "Dark is nasty," he says and so he will not move looking along with his mom and dad. Mrs. Barn Owl sends him down from his nest-hole to invite concerning the darkish and he meets a bit boy expecting the fireworks to start, an previous girl, a scout out tenting, a lady who tells him approximately Father Christmas, a guy with a telescope, and a black cat who takes him exploring. He realizes that via those encounters that darkish is large after all.

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Not at the picture and not at the top drawer that held a small velvet box he’d brought home one evening last week. He didn’t want to think about what lay inside the box or what future anniversary days would be like if he carried through with his intentions. Instead he made his oatmeal, and after he’d done his dishes, he pulled on a Colts cap and went in the backyard. For a few seconds he didn’t move, didn’t do anything but breathe in the sweet smell of morning and countryside and the hint of roses in full bloom from the garden where Elizabeth planted them some twenty years ago.

P> p. cm. ISBN-13: 978-0-8423-8749-1 (pbk. : alk. paper) ISBN-10: 0-8423-8749-8 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Family - Fiction. I. Title. 54 - dc22 2007047796 Printed in the United States of America 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 iv To Donald, my prince charming In this sad season of losing my dad, you have been a rock for me, precious love. Working quietly behind the scenes to fill in when I’m on deadline or when the kids need a little extra help with schoolwork and checking in on me more often than before.

But two things will stand out when I look back on this time. The way my heart melts when you sing “Proud of Your Boy” and the earnest look in your eyes when you told me last week that maybe - just maybe - you’d want to be a teacher like your dad. A drama teacher, of course. Giving kids the skills to be successful onstage. You’re fourteen and six foot two, Ty, no longer my little boy. But even as I see the future in your eyes, I’ll treasure my memories of all the stages of your life. Especially the season where we were all so blessed to have Papa.

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