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Owl Bat Bat Owl af Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick
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Owl Bat Bat Owl (udgave 2017)

af Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick (Forfatter), Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick (Illustrator)

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An owl and a bat family endeavor to share living spaces on the same tree branch, where initial wariness is overcome by the curiosity of the families' babies on a wild and stormy night that compels them to set aside their apprehensions.
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Great to show that families can look different but are the same when caring.
  Laura.Vance | Nov 15, 2019 |
This is wordless book about a family of bats and a family of owls. The mother/father owl doesn’t want their baby owls to play with the baby bats. Later on the mother/father owl sees no harm with interacting with each other. ( )
  Hannah.Millburg | Nov 13, 2019 |
When a bat family move in underneath them, the mother owl whose brood already live on the branch in question isn't too happy, and discourages her owlets from befriending the baby bats. The bat mother seems to feel the same. Then a terrible storm comes and scatters all, owl and bat. In gathering their children again, both mothers end up helping one another, ushering in a new period of friendship between the two families.

Told without words, Owl Bat Bat Owl is the latest from Irish author/artist Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick, and addresses issues of social prejudice and exclusion, and how a crisis can sometimes bring people (or owls and bats) together. I enjoyed the artwork here - always important, in a wordless picture-book! - and think it does an excellent job conveying the story. The owl and bat characters are adorable, and their story will find a receptive audience with younger children. Recommended to anyone looking for stories about tolerance and acceptance for the younger picture-book set, as well as to anyone who enjoys wordless narratives. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jun 15, 2017 |
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An owl and a bat family endeavor to share living spaces on the same tree branch, where initial wariness is overcome by the curiosity of the families' babies on a wild and stormy night that compels them to set aside their apprehensions.

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