Saturday, November 14, 2015

Review: Otto the Grouchy Owl by Michael Yu

Title: Otto The Grouchy Owl
Author: Michael Yu
Published: Dec. 25, 2013
Publisher: Fat Moon Books
 Genre: Children's age 3 on up
Review: ebook
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk 




This is a story about an owl named Otto, who learns a great lesson from his friends, about how spreading a little "sunshine" is more fun than always being grouchy.

A Beautifully Illustrated Children's Picture eBook with really cool pictures of barnyard animals.


I really liked this book I read it to both children and they seemed to have enjoyed it as well. 
My oldest is a grouch and doesn't like to help at all, so when I started reading this book I figured he could connect to Otto.
Otto's mother wants him to take some soup to his aunt who is sick but while taking it to him he passes his friends who give him some sound advice and at the end of the story Otto learns that helping others without being grouchy is more fun. It is a great lesson within the story for kids to hear and learn from. The pictures were very well done and went perfect with the story being told.
K liked it all and said that his favorite was when Otto took soup to his aunt. Abbi didn't have much to say just that she liked it. 





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