Tag Archives: Owlkids Books

Where Are You, Wilbert? by Bárdur Oskarsson

Where Are You, Wilbert? by Bárdur Oskarsson is a picture book about a small gray rat and her large gray friend, Wilbert. They are playing hide-and-seek. Wilbert is tough to find, so the rat asks a crocodile for help. Together, they hunt … Continue reading

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Liam Takes a Stand by Troy Wilson

Liam Takes a Stand by Troy Wilson is a children’s book about family, business, and doing things your own way. Lister and Lester are identical twins who do identical things. But their constant striving to outdo each other means their little brother, … Continue reading

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Level the Playing Field: The Past, Present, and Future of Women’s Pro Sports by Kristina Rutherford

Level the Playing Field: The Past, Present, and Future of Women’s Pro Sports by Kristina Rutherford is a book that will inspire young athletes.  It is a great book that contains information for all young athletes, male and female. It is a … Continue reading

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