Utterly Otterly Night by Mary Casanova & Ard Hoyt

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Little Otter is ready for some action! Rustling leaves call to him. Sweet, spicy air beckons. The moon is as huge and golden as Owl’s eyes. So Little Otter sets off for some fun. But with wolves on the prowl, Little Otter’s adventures are a series of dizzying close calls. When he finally returns to his den, Little Otter’s family is all played out and ready for bed!
 

About Mary Casanova & Ard Hoyt

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Mary Casanova is the author of the Girl of the Year 2012 books McKenna and McKenna, Ready to Fly! She drew upon her own childhood experiences to write the stories of this determined girl who learns how to reach for her goals. Richard Jones, author of ten books of poetry and criticism and editor of Poetry East, teaches at DePaul University in Chicago.
 
Published November 1, 2011 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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Otter play gets its visual due in this adorable tale of one little otter’s determination to prove “he’s a big otter now.” At the beginning of a bright new day Little Otter is intent on having as much fun as possible.

Jun 17 2008 | Read Full Review of Utterly Otterly Night

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Proving to both his family and himself that he is finally big enough, Little Otter faces down danger and saves his family in this satisfying follow-up to Casanova’s Utterly Otterly Day (2008).

Sep 14 2011 | Read Full Review of Utterly Otterly Night

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