Little Owl's Orange Scarf by Tatyana Feeney


Little Owl's Orange Scarf by Tatyana Feeney

Little Owl loves doing sums, eating ice-cream, and riding his scooter. These are some of his favourite things. He has his favourite colours, too. And orange isn't one of them. So when Mummy knits a scarf as a surprise Little Owl knows that he definitely doesn't like it. It's itchy, long, and far too orange. After losing his scarf at the zoo, Mummy realizes that perhaps Little Owl should be involved in the choice and creation of a replacement. Her instincts are proved absolutely right. But whatever did happen to the orange scarf? Its fate is hinted at in this deftly-told humorous tale! A warm and witty yarn from the creator of Small Bunny's Blue Blanket, praised by The Telegraph as 'deceptively simple and decidedly sweet'


Feeney's simple pencil pictures are as charming as ever, and the story is funny and clever. Anna Carey, Irish Times ...An endearing tale that the very young will lap up Angela Redfern, the School Librarian

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32 pages


Tatyana Feeney
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Publication date

3rd October 2013



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