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The cutest books about owls

Wide-eyed and wondering, owls are among the most winsome of picture book characters. We round up a trio of cuties your child will love


Posted: 11 April 2012
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A Bit Lost by Chris Haughton (Walker, £6.99). Age 2+
When a sleepy owlet falls out of his nest, an enthusiastic squirrel helps him to find his mother again. Told with a muted colour palette of dusky pinks, yellows and blues , this humorous tale explores what it feels like to be lost... and found again.

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