A Little Owl Called Hooty by Diana C Vickery
  

A Little Owl Called Hooty

Written by Diana C Vickery
Part of the The Magical World of Swankypants Series

Baby and Toddler   
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Enter the magical world of Swankypants the cat as we meet a young owl called Hooty. Hooty is hungry and must leave the safety of his branch for the very first time to catch his dinner. But he's afraid of heights. How will Swankypants and his friend Chatterbox help Hooty take his first flight? Share Hooty's plight in this delightful tale as he tries to overcome his fears and discovers how things seem much less scary when you have friends to help you out. A wipeable board book, ideal for small hands, with beautiful illustrations throughout which are sure to delight young children and adults alike. More tales of Swankypants and his friends are promised in the form of a collectable series, a series I feel sure will encourage a love of books from a very early age.

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A Little Owl Called Hooty by Diana C Vickery

When Hooty’s brothers and sisters are old enough to leave the nest, little Hooty stays behind. He has a big
problem for he is afraid of heights. Can Swankypants and Chatterbox find Hooty the help he needs?

About the Author

Diana C Vickery

Diana Vickery lives in the New Forest with her husband, five cats and a vast amount of wildlife that visits, day and night.

It is the wildlife that really inspires her work and being able to read her stories to her grandchildren is a real motivation.

Diana is the author of a collection of over thirty picture books (published and forthcoming), and the creator of the wonderful ‘Magical World of Swankypants’ picture book series, published by Swankypants Books.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages

Author

Diana C Vickery
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Publisher

Swankypants Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd April 2015

ISBN

9780956572837

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