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Summary

Summary

Can two very different families find their space in the world together? A wonderful wordless picture book offers stylish art, humor, and charm.

A mother owl and her three little owlets live happily on their branch. That is, until the bat family moves in. The newfound neighbors (owls up top, bats hanging below) can't help but feel a little wary of one another. But babies are curious little creatures, and that curiosity, along with a wild, stormy night, might just bring these two families together. With subtly and hilariously shifting facial expressions and gestures, Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick brings her accessible graphic style to a warm and ingenious wordless tale that is sure to bring smiles to readers of all ages.


Author Notes

Author and illustrator Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1962. Some of her well-known works are Lizzy and Skunk; I'm a Tiger, Too!; You, Me and the Big Blue Sea; and The Long March. She has received numerous awards, including two Reading Association of Ireland Children's Book Awards, the Irish Children's Book Trust Book of the Decade Award, and two Bisto Merit Awards for best children's book. She lives in Ireland, but likes to travel and has visited Australia and the United States.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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