Little Owl's Orange Scarf

Little Owl's Orange Scarf

Book - 2013
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Little Owl definitely knows what he likes (doing sums, eating ice-cream, riding his scooter). And he definitely knows what he doesn't like (his new scarf that's itchy, long, and far too orange). So when his scarf is lost at the zoo, Mummy decides that Little Owl should definitely be involved in helping her to make the replacement.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2013]
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN: 9780192794543
Branch Call Number: je Feen

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nypl_morningside_heights Dec 02, 2013

Worked well at toddler time

forbesrachel Jul 11, 2013

This is one very understanding and kind mother. Little Owl doesn't like his new scarf, so he loses it on purpose, rather than get mad, his mother decides to make a new one with his help. The pictures and colours are first rate, and for the most part the story is cute. But the message is, on the one hand good (a mother should be kind to her child and should work together), but on the other hand bad (if a child doesn't like a present, they don't need to be grateful and they can purposefully lose it, therefore getting a better present). The positives outweigh the negative messages in the end though.

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