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[795.85 KiB] Owls For Kids: Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers books by Rachel Smith

Owls For Kids - Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Table of Contents
What are owls?
What do owls look like?
What do owls eat?
Where do owls live?
True owls versus barn owls
Northern hawk-owl
Burrowing owl
Barking owl
Great horned owl
Eurasian eagle-owl
Fearful owl
Barn owl
Snowy owl
Author Bio


Something about owls excites the human imagination. For a very long time, owls have been the symbols of wisdom in some cultures. They are also considered omens of bad luck in others. It was the symbol of the Ancient Greek goddess Athena, and in recent times a picture or figure of an owl has been popular as jewelry.

But the owl is a creature that is not mysterious, with a little research. They behave a lot like other birds that hunt, only most of them do it at night.

If you've ever wondered about the sometimes cherished, sometimes feared creature of the night, there's a lot you can learn about the owl, in all its different forms.
Owls For Kids: Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers
Title:Owls For Kids: Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers
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Category:Animals, Books, Kids
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