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Jill Tomlinson - The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Tracklist

1Dark Is Wonderful4:09
2Fireworks4:36
3The Telescope6:23
4Dark Is Beautiful4:22
5Dark Is Fasinating5:40
6Dark Is Kind3:41
7Night Creatures5:37
8The Boy Scout4:48
9Dark Is Necessary5:40
10Dark Is Fun3:36
11The Old Lady5:45
12Who Is Father Christmas4:42
13Hunting With Orion5:44
14Dark Is Exciting4:05

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJill Tomlinson read by Maureen Lipman Jill Tomlinson read by Maureen Lipman - The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark ‎(Cass)Cover To CovernoneUK1983
noneJill Tomlinson The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark ‎(CD, Promo, RE)The Guardian, The ObservernoneUK2011

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Music for Jill Tomlinson's the Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark - László Nyitrai. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Welcome to The Reading Corner. Where teachers read you their favourite children's books and texts we use in the class. This story is all about Plop who Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark is a children's book by Jill Tomlinson, of which there is also an audio version read by Maureen Lipman. The story is about a young barn owl called Plop, who is frightened of the dark. The plot is divided into seven chapters, each covering a night during which Plop learns something new about the dark: dark is exciting, dark is kind, dark is fun. Jill Tomlinson. 43 listeners. Do you know any background info about this artist Start the wiki. Let us know what you think of the website. Leave feedback. API Calls. Tomlinson's 1968 well-loved little book of an owl who would rather be out during the day than the night, is charming. Each chapter has little Plop sent off by his parents who I adored for their subtle humour to find out why the dark can be a good thing. This is a lovely story about a baby barn owl named Plop who is strangely enough for an Owl, afraid of the dark. Plop is a comical name for the main character of a children's book, from my experience of reading this story in school to children they are absolutely drawn in from the beginning right till the very end. Children seem to absolutely love Plop and his adventures throughout the story. The owl is afraid of the dark and wants to be a day bird. I only took off one star because the story about the old lady using night to remember her past was very saddening to me. I may skip reading that part to children because I do not think they will connect to it. It is a gentle story about a barn owl, Plop, who is afraid of the dark. Each chapter deals with a different element of dark. Modern children may find it quite slow, especially if read aloud. My seven year old enjoyed it, when she read it for herself. Imogen Russell Williams: Jill Tomlinson confronts the primal terror darkness inspires with wry humour and understated poetry in her classic, The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark. Most children, at some point, are afraid of the dark. That deep, palm-prickling fear is an evolutionary leftover a baby monkey straying alone by night is probably a baby monkey snapped up in a lunge and a squeal by a grateful nocturnal carnivore. In clean, cosy bedrooms, as in fire-lit caves, childhood's vivid, sometimes fevered imagination peoples the dark with monsters, all the worse for being shadowy. Whoever heard of an owl who was afriad of the dark You are only afraid of the dark, said the mother Barn Owl, because you don't know about it, so she sent her young son Plop down to the ground to talk to all sorts of people who actually like the dark. A hilarious story about a little owl, who cannot be convinced that he is a night bird and refuses to sleep during the daytime, like normal owls. Fantastic book. Hilarious, with lots of laughs and fun. Written by Jill Tomlinson, Audiobook narrated by Bill Oddie. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today First time visiting Audible Get this book free when you sign up for a 30-day Trial. He's the same as every other baby Barn Owl that has ever been - except for one thing: he is afraid of the dark. A night-time adventure based on the classic story by Jill Tomlinson. Read by Bill Odie, this audiobook includes a soundtrack and a song. 2004 The Estate of Jill Tomlinson text, Paul Howard illustration Barry Gibson music and song P2008 Egmont UK Limited. reat for calming night-time fears. Читайте The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark автора Jill Tomlinson в бесплатной пробной версии. Читайте неограниченное количество книг и аудиокниг в интернете, на iPad, iPhone и Android

Jill Tomlinson - The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Performer: Jill Tomlinson

Title: The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Country: UK

Release date: 2001

Label: BBC Worldwide Ltd.

Style: Story, Audiobook

Genre: Audio Files / For children

Size MP3: 1597 mb

Size FLAC: 2213 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 821

Record source: CD, Album

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