The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark (Picture Book)

A cuddly classic with oh-so-snuggly pictures. If you’re scared of the dark, join this little owl and learn to beat your fear. Being afraid of the dark is a common problem for lots of small people like you. But just imagine how much worse it is if you’re a barn owl, like Plop! After all, owls live in the dark. Plop is meant to love the dark. Will he ever learn to be a true night owl? Follow Plop on a magical journey to find out…

  • A true classic of childhood, loved for decades
  • Warm and comforting story full of gentle humour
  • Helps children enjoy the special magic of darkness
  • Beautifully soothing illustrations by Paul Howard

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  • it is about a owl that asks people what dark is like .

    28 April 2012

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    Its a book about an owl been afraid of the dark. He meets lots of people and they tell him how nice it is.

    29 January 2008

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    Paul Howard won the Blue Peter Best Book to Read Aloud award for The Bravest Ever Bear, his collaboration with Allan Ahlberg.

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