Ozzie is the laziest owl in the world. He ca n''t be bothered to fly, but Mother Owl is determined that he should. Ozzie devises a plan so that he can get from the hi gh beam to the ground without flying, but in the end Mother Owl has the last laugh. '
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Michael Coleman has written numerous books for Little Tiger Press, including Ridiculous! and One, Two, Three, Oops!. Michael lives with his family in Portsmouth and is mad on football. Gwyneth Williamson was born in 1965 in Warrington, but has lived most of her life in Leeds. She studied illustration in Hull and has always enjoyed doodling, especially thinking up different characters. She now lives in Leeds with her husband, Tony, and two daughters, Alice and Carrie, who are big doodlers too.From Publishers Weekly:
Ozzie, an owlet, would rather practice "being wise" than practice flying in this energetic though somewhat strained semi-cumulative tale, a British import. Left on a barn rafter with instructions from his mother to "be on the ground by the time I come back," Ozzie devises a flightless but labor-intensive plan to get there, involving hopping from the back of one farm animal to another, in descending size, until he's close enough to the ground to hop down. It's clear what Ozzie has in mind from the beginning, so when Ozzie reenacts his exchange with each animal, the text feels tedious rather than cleverly repetitive. Williamson hides Mother Owl so well in each of the giddy, slightly cartoonish spreads (at the end, Mother Owl admits witnessing all of Ozzie's antics) that readers may enjoy their second pass through the book, trying to find her, more than their first. Ages 3-7.
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