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Plop, the Baby Barn Owl, is like every Barn Owl there ever was, except for one thing - he is afraid of the dark. "Dark is nasty" he says and so he won't go hunting with his parents. Mrs Barn Owl sends ...

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Fantastic- great story, great message, and great p...

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Plop was a baby barn owl, and he lived with his mummy and daddy at the top of a very tall tree in a field. Plop was fat and fluffy. He had a beautiful heart-shaped ruff. He had enormous, round eyes. He had very knockety knees.In fact he was exactly the same as every baby barn owl that has ever...

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Charming story, easy to relate to, educational too

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Well, another Lush opinion was posted, so another promise must be kept. After my previous request for opinion suggestions for non-Lush products (LOL), one I received was from Jill Murphy who asked me to write a book review. I have written several before, but not for a while and as I know Jill...

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“ Banish night fears!”

published 13/10/2008

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I love children's books and as I buy most of mine from car boot sales I can afford to buy dozens and not break the bank. One of my latest purchases for the princely sum of 10p is the owl who was afraid of the dark by Jill Tomlinson. The story. ******** The story is about plop a baby barn owl who...

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“The Dark isn`t Really Scary.”

published 11/03/2007

Features a cute baby owl named Plop.

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Whilst I am on a run of reviewing children`s books, this one is suitable for primary school children, I would say late infants early juniors. The story is based around a cute baby owl who is afraid of the dark. He sets out to find out why he shouldn`t be scared and ends up saying that it is super...

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“"Look, there's a me!"”

published 28/09/2006

A lovely story. Great for stopping kid's from bei...

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Plop, the Baby Barn Owl, is like every Barn Owl there ever was, except for one thing - he is afraid of the dark. This story is a tale about a baby barn owl on his discovery of the weird and wonderful goings on during the night. His parents are kept up half the day when they're trying to sleep, by...

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Excellent

nice story

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The owl who is afraid of the dark i about a little owl called plop who is very frightened of the dark but as we all know owls are nocturnal and only hunt in the dark. Plops mom told him there was nothing to be frightened of and before he should make a judgement about something he should find out...

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Excellent

Simple, effective way of teaching children fiction...

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A fantastic novel by a truly great author. The children in my class thoroughly enjoyed the novel. It sparked their imagination which, in turn, helped the children produced some wonderful work and short stories which are worthy of any childrens writing at the moment. Nearly every child in my class...

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Excellent

published 23/11/2008

this is a brilliant book for all ages and show's people not to be afraid of the dark (thanks for writing it )

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