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Owen & Mzee: The True Story of a Remarkable…
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Owen & Mzee: The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship (udgave 2006)

af Isabella Hatkoff, Craig Hatkoff, Paula Kahumbu, Peter Greste (Illustrator)

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Billedbog. Historien om et inderligt venskab mellem en babyflodhest og en 130 år gammel Aldabra-skildpadde der ved skæbnens spil mødtes i Haller-dyreparken nær Mombasa, Kenya.
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Titel:Owen & Mzee: The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship
Forfattere:Isabella Hatkoff
Andre forfattere:Craig Hatkoff, Paula Kahumbu, Peter Greste (Illustrator)
Info:Scholastic Press (2006), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 40 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Owen & Mzee: The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship af Isabella Hatkoff

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I never thought hippos were interesting until I read this book. Having read MAMA by Jeanette Winter and then reading this book I felt like I was left out with a lot of important details. With this book I felt like I was right there with Owen the entire time. I was scared with him, lost, confused, frustrated. To think about a baby being alone, separated from his mother, trapped in nets and surrounded by strangers in an unknown place is horrible. The primary sources (pictures) from this situation added another level of emotions. I felt like the backstory of the tortoise was interesting too, especially how he was so used to be by himself and normally not nice to others. The bond and friendship that was formed between these two is a reminder of how even after a lost their is still hope in the most unimaginable places. This was such an amazing story, after reading this to a class I would love to actually visit the sanctuary to see Owen and Mzee. ( )
  RavenM12 | Apr 29, 2019 |
Animal stories like this are extraordinary. Who would've thought a hippo and a tortoise could be so close.

This is a great book for kids and adults. Full of beautiful photos of Owen and Mzee.

5***** ( )
  Mischenko | Nov 30, 2017 |
This book went more in-depth and was longer than I had anticipated. For that reason I think it would be a great read aloud book. Although on the first page The second to last sentence is really confusing to me and I don't know if it is written correctly.
  ShayleeHutchison | Sep 12, 2017 |
Owen is a hippopotamus that gets separated from his family by a flood. A wildlife preserve sends out a team in a truck to try to rescue him, and with the help of the african townspeople, they get owen into the truck and take him to their wildlife preserve. They then put owen into an enclosure that they think will suit his needs best, but it already has some inhabitants. In it is an old tortoise, named Mzee. There are some of the area's wild birds in there, too. The minute that owen is put into the enclosure, he runs and hides... behind Mzee. Mzee doesn't seem to like that, so she tries to run. Owen follows. After a while of that, Mzee starts chasing owen. Soon, they started to snuggle with each other, and that's how they became friends.
I liked this book because I think that it is cool that two different species of animals could get along so well. This is not something that seems like it would happen often, although cats and dogs get along pretty well. I also really like turtles and tortoises, so it was pretty cool to me. This book kind of makes me wish that all species could get along as well as owen and mzee, and hopefully the world will be like that one day. I think that it is really cool that owen and max=see get along so well. ( )
  ShailenS.BG3 | Oct 27, 2016 |
I use this book as a read-aloud. The story will touch your heart. ( )
  MsMiesch | Aug 2, 2016 |
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Billedbog. Historien om et inderligt venskab mellem en babyflodhest og en 130 år gammel Aldabra-skildpadde der ved skæbnens spil mødtes i Haller-dyreparken nær Mombasa, Kenya.

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