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After all, if a story is written for young readers, shouldn’t they get to share their review of it?
Today, we have a review by 9 year old Aaradhya S Nair from Chennai for the classic ‘ The owl who was afraid of the dark’ by Jill Tomlinson. Have you read it? Tell us!
Aaradhya is a student of Phonics Power.
Title – “ The Owl who was afraid of the dark”.
Writer – Jill Tomlinson
Illustrated by – Paul Howard
When I saw the cover page I felt like going to read a story of a cute little owl.
I got this book from school. The main character of the story was a Barn owl. It was a cute and beautiful owl but was afraid of the dark. The story is about overcoming the fear of darkness.
I was impressed with the writing and illustrations of the story. It was easy to understand. My favourite part of the story was the way in which the Barn owl overcomes his fear of darkness. After reading this story I have understood that if we have some fear of something we have to overcome that.
I have overcome the fear of dogs after reading this story. The best age group for reading this book is 6 to 8 years