Review of Little Owl’s Orange Scarf, by Tatyana Feeney

Little Owl’s Orange Scarf

by Tatyana Feeney

Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2013. Originally published in the United Kingdom in 2012. 28 pages.

Here’s a fun, simple story that families with knitters will especially enjoy.

Little Owl usually loves surprises. But when Mommy knits him a scarf, it’s itchy. It’s too long. And it’s far too orange.

Little Owl tries hard to lose the scarf, but Mommy always finds it – until the class trip to the zoo.

Then Little Owl gets the fun of picking out yarn for a new scarf. This time, it’s soft and blue. And readers get the fun of spotting where the old scarf ended up.

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