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Owl Moon

 

1.  The girl mentions she has been waiting a long, long time to go owling with her father.  Why do you think she had to wait so long?

2.  How can the girl's nose and tops of her cheeks feel cold and hot at the same time?

3.  The girls says the snow is whiter than the milk in a cereal bowl. Can you think of something else you've seen that is that white?

4.  Explain how you think the girl feels when the Great Horned Owl calls back to her Pa. 

5.  Why did the author call the book Owl Moon?

 

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