Owl babies coloring pages

The Horn Book Magazine, in a review of the board book edition of Owl Babies, wrote “too much text on each spread, destroying the pace of the original and demanding too much of the board-book audience. ” and School Library Journal wrote “This simple story pales in comparison to the exceptionally well-crafted illustrations. . . The repetition just doesn’t work. The plot is too meager, the text too unexciting. . . Simple, well-written books about mother love and reassurance for this age group are abundant. “, while Booklist, suggested “This story will strike a familiar chord in every small child who has been afraid when left by his or her parent, and parents will perhaps gain a new understanding of how a small child might feel when he or she is left. ” and concluded “A wonderful “read to me” book for nap time, story time, or bedtime. ”