Last week's FGG winner is Christy from The Notable Blogger.
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Good Luck this week!
Here is Samantha's Review of Baby Owl's Rescue:
Baby Owl's Rescue is about a baby Great Horned Owl who fell out of his nest and was laying under a pine tree. Two kids found the baby owl. They knew that they should not touch it because their mom was a wildlife helper. They called their mom and she came out and looked at it. She said it was too young to fly, so she had the children help her make a nest for the baby owl. They made the nest out of a laundry basket and twigs. They called the fire department and they came and put the nest up in a tree. Then they put the owl in the nest. They played a CD of baby owl sounds, so the mother owl would find the baby. The mother came to her baby and fed it. My favorite part was when the mother owl fed the baby. The baby was so cute. I think other kids should read this book because it is interesting to learn how to deal with a wild owl. Also, the illustrations look so real. They are beautiful!
Sylvan Dell provides many resources for each of their titles. Here are some of the resources for Baby Owl's Rescue:
- Go here to see the the Baby Owl's Rescue e-book. You will love the beautiful illustrations.
- Creative Mind Printables
- Printable Teaching Activities
- Reading Quiz
- Math Quiz
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