Berkeley's Barn Owl Dance

 
Tera Johnson
Tania Howells
 

This is a lyrical and reassuring story about growing up and leaving the barn to dance on one's own.

At the biggest barn owl dance of the year, the Leave the Nest Fall Fest, keen dancer Berkeley shines as usual. Next moonrise, however, she and her fellow fledglings Bo and Bree must leave home. Though Berkeley is frightened, the winking, smiling, laughing moon lights her way. After thousands of silent wingbeats, she finds a new audience, and Flippity, Tappity, Clap Clap Clap, Berkeley's new barn dance begins.

Berkeley's Barn Owl Dance ushers children into an unseen animal world, while the young owl's journey will help them prepare to spread their wings and fly on their own.

978-1-55453-263-6 | Sep 1, 2008
List Price: USD $16.95, CAD $16.95
4-color 8 x 8 32 pages
Grades: PreSchool To 2 / Ages: 3 to 7

Educational Resources

J
2
Adult Directed
750L
LG
4.1

Awards & Reviews

“Johnson has created a sweet, somewhat instructional story with lilting text that lends itself to being read aloud.”
— School Library Journal, December 2008
“A warm story for the very young ...”
— Kirkus Reviews, September 2008

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