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About the Book

Title: The Christmas Owl

Author: Angela Muse
Illustrator: Helen H. Wu

Publication Date: November, 2013
Publisher: Independent – 4eyesbooks
Number of pages: 36
Recommended age: 3+


A Barred owl becomes injured and must ask others for help. He promises to give back to those who have a generous heart and he is true to his word. Also check out Lil Glimmer, The Nutt Family: An Acorny Adventure, The Pig Princess, The Bee Bully, Eager Eaglets: Birds of Play, Cactus Charlie, Suzy Snowflake and Monsters Have Mommies by this author.


SoCalMomma and Kai’s Review of Christmas Owl

This is a story of a Barred Owl seeking help from wary animals on the promise that their kindness will be returned. The short storybook is in rhyme, helpful for those home schooling and learning the subject of rhymes. The book has a heart-warming ending when the barred owl keeps his promise to the animals that helped him.  The point I took from the storybook is that the kindness of others and keeping a promise may lead to a long friendship like the barred owl and friends.  The art illustrations were wonderfully done showing details for a young child to look at.

The Christmas Owl would be a good book to read during the Christmas holidays to remind us of kindness.  Kaiden enjoyed this book because he saw how the animals helped the barred owl and the owl’s gratitude.

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About the Author: Angela Muse

Angela Muse

I was born in California to a military family. This meant that I was the “new kid” in school every couple of years. It was hard always trying to make new friends, but I discovered I had a knack for writing. I began writing poetry in high school and really enjoyed expressing myself by using pen and paper. After becoming a Mom in 2003, I continued my storytelling to my own children. In 2009 I wrote and published my first children’s book aimed at toddlers. In 2012 I am set to release several more children’s books. Check out what I’m working on by visiting my children’s book blog.

Writing is such a wonderful creative process and I look forward to sharing more of my stories with lots of new little readers!

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  1. My SIL’s mother and I are Christmas fanatics and we both love Christmas-y children’s books – we often find ourselves crying over them together from the kindness and innocence they always seem to illustrate. This will be a great one for both of us!

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