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A Hoot in the Storm

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Mary Runkel and Chana de Moura have capitalized on the mysteries of owls to publish “A Hoot in the Storm,” a fanciful, delightfully illustrated tale of an owlet finding her wings. With patient encouragement from Gram Owl, Little Hoot leaves home and learns that storms are not so scary, after all.

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