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Little Owl Needs A Home

Series: RSPCA (Children's Stories) Volume: 5
By: Sue Mongredien(Author), Jon Davis(Illustrator)
152 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Little Owl Needs A Home
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Josh has made an unexpected discovery – four baby owls! Their home has been destroyed, and now the tiny owls have nowhere to live! There's no sign of the parent owls, and the baby owls are getting colder and hungrier, so Josh and his mother call the RSPCA. A rescue ensues, followed by an attempted hand feeding. But the RSPCA must move the baby owls to another nest if they are to have a chance of survival. Finding a new home for the owls won't be easy, but Josh is more than happy to help.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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Series: RSPCA (Children's Stories) Volume: 5
By: Sue Mongredien(Author), Jon Davis(Illustrator)
152 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
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