A Bit Lost

Title: A Bit Lost
Author: Chris Haughton
Illustrator: Chris Haughton
Publisher: Walker Books (2011)
ISBN: 9781406333831
 
Little Owl gradually falls asleep in his nest and then promptly falls to the ground. Now Little Owl and the help of his new friend Squirrel seeks to find his mother. The owl describes his mother and Squirrel shows him a succession of animals that match some descriptions. My mommy is VERY BIG like THIS!… My mommy has POINTY EARS like THIS!” The bear is big like the owl’s mother, and the bunny has pointy ears and the frog has big eyes but none of them has all the of the features of Little Owl’s mother. Eventually, they successfully reunite Little Owl with his mother.

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The Little Big Book Club: Lesson Plans
Chris Haughton Blog: The Making of A Bit Lost
Chris Haughton Blog: Making a Picture Book in Korea
Chris Haughton Blog: A Bit Lost Colouring Sheets
Chris Haughton Blog: Tate Kids Interview with Chris Haughton
CLPE Power of Pictures: Christ Haughton Author Information
Picture Book Makers: Interview with Chris Haughton
HuffPost: The Future is Handmade for Illustrator Chris Haughton
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