Olivia Loves Owl

Olivia Loves Owl A companion to Ben Loves Bear Bella Loves Bunny and Peter Loves Penguin Olivia Loves Owl features a little girl and her beloved stuffed owl Olivia and Owl pick apples and frolic through piles of co

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  • Title: Olivia Loves Owl
  • Author: David McPhail
  • ISBN: 9781419721274
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Board Book
  • A companion to Ben Loves Bear, Bella Loves Bunny, and Peter Loves Penguin, Olivia Loves Owl features a little girl and her beloved stuffed owl Olivia and Owl pick apples and frolic through piles of colorful leaves After enjoying a perfect fall day, they go inside to wish upon a star and hoot at the moon The youngest readers will relate to the loving bond between a childA companion to Ben Loves Bear, Bella Loves Bunny, and Peter Loves Penguin, Olivia Loves Owl features a little girl and her beloved stuffed owl Olivia and Owl pick apples and frolic through piles of colorful leaves After enjoying a perfect fall day, they go inside to wish upon a star and hoot at the moon The youngest readers will relate to the loving bond between a child and her favorite stuffed animal and how this sweet friendship makes each day special.

    One thought on “Olivia Loves Owl”

    1. Olivia and Owl are the best of friends, even though they are very different. Nice board book adaptable even for older toddlers.

    2. An adorable story about friendship, and imagination. Olivia loves her stuffed animal Owl. Owl loves her. They go everywhere together. From playing toys together, to playing outside, and jumping into a pile of leaves, to reading bedtime stories together, they are inseparable. Olivia Loves Owl is an adorable story about friendship and imagination. Simple text, and adorable illustrations, make it a great story for toddlers and young readers. We really enjoyed reading this book. mundiekids/2016/1

    3. My Review: A story rhyme about Olivia and her stuffed animal, Owl. The story shows the love and friendship between them. As they go outside and enjoy the Fall weather, Olivia puts on her sweater and headed outside with Owl. They love playing out together. Olivia flying high enough to land on the fallen leaves, Owl flies higher. Olivia picks apples while Owl sits on a branch and watch. After been out for awhile, Olivia gets tired and heads inside but Owl is wide awake. As they sat on Olivia’s b [...]

    4. Olivia Loves Owl is a sweet story about an unusual friendship.Olivia and Owl spend the day experiencing similar situations in their own way, but one thing they have in common is their friendship.Written in simple text and expressed with vivid and colorful illustrations, Olivia Loves Owl is certain to become a favorite among little readers. I highly recommend picking up a copy.

    5. I'm not sure if it was the art or the simplicity of the story or the odd pairing of a girl and an owl but I really really liked this. There's some nice comparing going on, too--they're together but the girl and the owl are each experiencing the events of the day in slightly different ways. There's something profound about that, I think.

    6. My nine-month-old really enjoys this one. He looks carefully at all of the pictures. This is a quiet, gentle story about the day two friends spend together.

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