Lazy Ozzie

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Little Tiger Press, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Because he thinks that flying is too much work, a lazy little owl tricks the other barnyard animals into helping him get down to the ground, but his mother is not fooled.

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User Review  - Karina - Goodreads

Ozzie is a very lazy barn owl that does not want to do anything, let alone learn to fly. He comes up with a very clever plan that is sure to get him down to the ground, but that doesn't seem to get ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gemma - Goodreads

Ozzie the young Owl is encouraged by his mother to start to learn how to fly. Ozzie however does not want to learn and devises a plan to trick his mother into thinking he had practiced. Mother Owl has ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Michael Coleman is the author of "Weirdo's War," which was short-listed for the Carnegie Medal and called "tense and psychological" by the "London Times,

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