Owl at Home (I Can Read Book 2) by Arnold Lobel

By Arnold Lobel

No matter if Owl is inviting wintry weather in on a snowy evening or welcoming a brand new buddy he meets whereas on a walk, Owl constantly has room for viewers!

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Chairs with broken legs,” said Owl. His eyes began to water. ” Owl began to cry. A large tear rolled down and dropped into the kettle. 24 “Spoons that have fallen behind the stove and are never seen again,” said Owl. More tears dropped down into the kettle. ” Owl was crying. Many large tears dropped into the kettle. “Mornings nobody saw because everybody was sleeping,” sobbed Owl. 26 “Mashed potatoes left on a plate,” he cried, “because no one wanted to eat them. ” 27 Owl thought about many other sad things.

I am always missing one place or the other. ” Owl ran up the stairs. “I am up,” he said. Owl ran down the stairs. “I am down,” he said. 32 Owl ran up and down the stairs faster and faster. ” he cried. ” There was 33 no answer. “No,” said Owl. “I am not downstairs because I am upstairs. ” he shouted. ” There was no answer. “No,” said Owl. “I am not upstairs because I am downstairs. ” cried Owl. Owl ran upstairs and downstairs all evening. But he could not be in both places at once. 36 “When I am up,” said Owl, “I am not down.

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