When Little Owl Met Little Rabbit
Little Owl and Little Rabbit live in the same oak tree, but they've never met. While Little Rabbit hops through the forest by day, Little Owl soars over it by night.
When they discover they are neighbors, the pair are desperate to meet. How can two animals play together when Little Owl wakes up just as Little Rabbit goes to sleep?
Then one night, a big, bright full moon appears. Will Little Owl and Little Rabbit finally get to play together?
A sweet, warm-hearted story of friendship set in the natural world, with words by much-loved Polish author Przemysław Wechterowicz and beautiful illustrations from the award-winning illustrator Emilia Dziubak, co-creator of USBBY Outstanding International Book The House of Lost and Found. This charming tale is a perfect book for bedtime.
(Ages 3 to 6 years)
“This endearing picture book reads aloud beautifully and has broad appeal for children.” —Booklist
“The illustrations are softly magical, especially under moonlight. Little Owl and Little Rabbit are adorably cute as they play in the dreamy nighttime world.” —Youth Services Book Review
“Cute characters, stylized scenery, and sweet details.” —Armadillo
“Copious playful, high-spirited illustrations depicted the two animals as googly-eyed bits of adorable feathers and fur.... True camaraderie beats out even bedtime in this charming friendship tale.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Glowing illustrations with lively natural details and sprays of stars ensure continual engagement in this cozy, dreamy tale.” —Foreword Reviews
“Such a lovely story and perfect for bedtime. The words seem to come out as a gentle, soothing whisper in the way the story is written. The illustrations are cozy and homely with a bountiful brown and dark green palette with hints of light and glimmers of stars that contrast beautifully.” —Busy Busy Learning
“I highly recommend this book! The story is very sweet and the illustrations are beautiful! I can’t wait to get this and read this to my first graders.” —Netgalley Educator
“Highly recommend adding to your shelf.” —Netgalley Reviewer
“The story is great but the illustrations are delightful and such that children will enjoy studying them to see all the little details.” —Netgalley Reviewer