Good morning! Are you an early bird or a night owl? I wish I was a morning person, and I know if there’s something I need to do, that’s when it has to get done…but I do the majority of my work at night after the kids to go bed. But how do real owls behave? Find out in this edition of What to Read Wednesday!
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Books About Owls
Each week a few of us put together a great selection of books on a given topic and bring them to you to help narrow down the choices for you, each of our hosts share different titles, so have a look around each of our posts for wider choice.
To make things even easier for you, I have provided Amazon links to these books for both my American and British readers (just click on the link and you’ll be automatically directed to your county’s Amazon store). Enjoy!
Owl Kids Coloring Book +Fun Facts to Read about The Little Owls Night & Day: Children Activity Book for Boys & Girls Age 3-8
Owls: Children Book of Fun Facts & Amazing Photos on Animals in Nature – A Wonderful Owls Book for Kids aged 3-7,
Diary Of A Wimpy Owl Animal Diary
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And now for the link up!
Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.
If you’d like to join us as a co-host for What to Read Wednesday, please contact Anne.
This list has our book themes, but you don’t have to stick to that to link up–any family-friendly posts are welcome. So, come on! Join in the fun!
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