Owlie Learns to Fly


Children - Picture Book
24 Pages
Reviewed on 03/07/2015
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Author Biography

Meaghan Fisher is a Children’s Author who has over ten years experience working with children as a former Nanny. She has a BS in Psychology and a Minor in Women’s Studies and lives in Ohio with her husband and two children. Her hope is to inspire children through the moral lessons in her books.
Meaghan’s Awards: Readers Favorite: Silver Award for Tyler the Fish for Animal Category and Bronze Award for Mousekabitz in Children’s Book/Pop-Up Category, Creative Child Magazine 2014 Preferred Choice Award for Mousekabitz and Lars the Monkey, Creative Child Magazine 2014 Seal of Excellence Award for Tyler the Fish, Literary Classics Seal of Approval for Tyler the Fish, 2013 Best Picture Book of the Year for Mousekabitz, Mom’s Choice Silver Award for Tyler the Fish for Life Lessons and Values, Santa Choice Award Winner: Tyler the Fish and Mousekabitz, Tipp City Library Award of Honor for: Career Achievements, Literary Works, and Efforts. Meaghan also has several Five Star Book Reviews from Readers Favorite.
Books: Sadie the Skunk, Lars the Monkey Flies a WACO Airplane, I Love Ladybugs, Giuseppe’s Famous Pizza Pie’s, Mousekabitz, Tyler the Fish Saves Lake Erie, If I Could Pull the Moon from the Sky, and Owlie Learns to Fly. Coming Soon: The Strawberry Festival.
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    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Owlie Learns to Fly by Meaghan Fisher is the cute story of little Owlie who is a bit nervous about learning to fly. His brothers and sisters are excited, but Owlie is apprehensive about going on his first flight. Owlie hears from his brother how beautiful the moon looks and he wants to see the moon. Owlie is the last one left. His brothers and sisters have flown and are sitting on another tree branch. Will Owlie be courageous and go on his first flight to join his brothers and sisters?

This story is both charming and adorable. The owls are lovable and they look cute in the pictures which are full of color and life. They give clarity to the tale and a personality to the owls. The night sky, stars, moon and the tree are all enchanting for kids to look at while going through the story. It is heart warming to see the Mother Owl gently push Owlie to fly by giving him confidence. Parents and grandparents can use it as a lovely bedtime story book for their kids and grandkids. It is a good story to use for read aloud sessions in classrooms and libraries.

Children will love Owlie, just like I did. Nothing is impossible if you set your mind to it. Owlie's desire to see the moon and the thought that flying is not that difficult are motivational to young readers. Cute stories like these will find their way into the hearts of readers.

Nancy

Owlie is a real cute story and very nicely illustrated that captures your eye and keeps you interested if Owlie will ever learn to fly. It definitely is a five-star book.