Later on my daughter was concerned the owl was a sign of something to come. Her best friend since kindergarten that was with her was a cancer survivor and my daughter was worried it was a sign maybe her cancer would return. About a year later her friend started to become ill and doctors thought her cancer may have returned in her pancreas.
Tradgically she was killed in a car accident in April of , had only had a drivers license six months it was muddy on a back road and she lost control and hit a tree. It was pretty close, I was looking at them,and they at me. The window was a large picture window in my bedroom,facing west and it was broad daylight tho I do not remember if cloudy or sunny Also,I currently live in SoCal and this brick building the owls nested on top of was more like flats one sees in Chicago,IL,where I am from,originally.
Curious bcuz first time ever having such a dream,or seeing owls. They made no noise,we just looked,stared at each other.. I had a dream where i came across an owl during the night whilst outside somewhere. It could mean the death of a period of financial hardship in your life- I see it as a positive omen! I had a dream of a couple of big White Owls were in my house wings fully extended out and I just quietly walked one of them out of the patio door, setting it free. There was someone in the house with me but I could not see who it was.
When it got outside it attached to a tree stump and just started pecking on it! I woke up and knew it was a message, I thought it was about either setting myself free from the past or setting someone else free. Can you help me with this? I saw a tiny two owl and then begin to searching them …and then later on i see they were in thier next n one came out i saw it n then i said it is so cute. Thats it n they were cute. I have had two experiences with owls in my life. The first, almost forty years ago, was the most unique. Driving home on a dark road after a day of riding our horses, my wife and I were surprised to see a small owl standing in the road before us.
I stopped the car and waited, but it did not move. After a minute or so, I got out and walked over to the owl and sat down next to it. It looked at me as I reached out and began to pet its incredibly soft feathers. My wife soon joined me, and we both had the experience of touching this beautiful creature. It seemed like we were there for hours, and we began to feel the cold night air. The second experience, which I believe I understand to a degree, took place about two months ago. My brother-in-law was hospitalized with leukemia, and was not expected to live much longer. I left the hospital and went home to prepare to spend the night by his bedside.
At about 10pm, while taking out the trash, I heard the hoot of an owl. I looked up to see a large owl atop the telephone pole in front of my house. When I went back outside the owl was gone. Any thoughts? My condolences to you and your family. The answer to your question you already intimately know inside of you. The owl is a watcher and all is being observed and looked after coming to a conclusion that is natural and appropriate. Although it will clearly feel otherwise during the grieving process for many other relatives.
In certain cultures, birds are considered intermediaries like the crow as a psychopomp which means delivering souls back to the afterlife. This owl could have in such a manner delivered such symbolic news to you personally in a meaningful spiritual message. Hi Ivan My mom was telling me the day before. She was driving on the highway. She said a snow owl flew across the front of her car. What does that mean.
My sister came by yesterday. His in poor health. My sister tells me my 20 year old nephew. Told her a snow owl was sitting on the ground next to him. I know this means something. Ever since hurricane Ivan hit Pensacola, we have a owl living with us for a long time now. What does it mean if a owl is living with u in ur own backyard? Look what we can do! I think it was still alive though. The owl that talked then landed on my back and climbed up my shoulder. What does this mean? The sunny and green grass means everything is fine life is good. The 2 barn owls can symbolize people or opportunities for you.
The 2nd owl can be the other friend trying to lift you up out of your stupor through encouragement. Otherwise, as opportunities from the owl knocked out can mean one opportunity fizzled out on you. The other on your back needs you to move and get going otherwise it will end up like the 1st owl on the ground. I have been taking care of my father who is in hospice care since September I have taken a medical leave from my job so that I can care for him. For weeks the screech owls have been sounding at night. I have lived here 5 years and never heard them before. Tonight when I came home from a day of care giving and lit the candles on my back porch, a huge owl swooped in and landed on the bird house which is very near the back porch.
I quickly got the binoculars because it was twilight and I could see him very clearly.. As soon as I put the. Binoculars down he flew away. I feel very strongly that this is a message to me. The screeching owls means there is a nest nearby, perhaps the owl you encountered is the adult. The owl may be the mother searching for food for her chicks. The owl represents here a pillar of strength for you. Encouragement that you and your family will not be alone although things are difficult right now. Do not fret thinking you are feeling abandoned, helpers to you will show up out of nowhere even without calling for them.
Like the owl swooping in unexpectedly help will appear likewise in such a manner. Be well. Where to begin that is questionable. Ive always paid attention to oddities an right now there has been so many i have lost count. I saw a white owl last night on harvest moon ive been praying to see threw the illusion an deciet an to have sone tangable real truths. Beyond that theres been conservative sequence numbers appearing way more frequently.
I really am trueely trying ro do the most best thing at this moment in rine an i know that there is a solution that is evading me. Please help being light ro my scifi supernatural experience. Life is too short to miss the true meaning. A few days ago I was riding my bike to work at 3 am, as I am riding I see extra huge wings flying in a distance and it landed on one of the street lights right above me.
I had a stare down with a huge dark owl. I find it weird that It came so far away just to land on a street light pole that I was getting ready to pass and watch me the whole way. I was going to magnetic hill last nite… hour before dusk or so. As the car turned onto the road I saw a Hawk sitting on a pole. It stared at me… turned his head all around to keep eye contact. Then with whispered sound… the Owl with Gold in his feathers and specks in his eyes… lifted effortlessly into the sky. Almost as if he had never truly been there. But he had been there because..
I saw his spirit. Spoke to his spirit in a flash. Felt like in that moment I saw the spirit of all Owl. The night I came back home an owl came to my window at about pm. I was on my bed with the lights off and it tried to get a good look at me. A bit freaked out, I chased it away and it came back and sat on the other window. I chased it away again, then it sat on the roof for a short while making some owl noises and then went to my bathroom window, it really freaked me out.
Ran downstairs to tell my dad, we came out and saw the owl and chased it away, it was returning back when my dad and I flashed out flashlights in its face and it went away. That night I locked all the windows in my room. Was really freaked out. Any ideas? Consider that Owl is asking you to face your fear of death. Owl is an expert in helping us to see through the darkness of fear to the Wisdom on the other side.
I dreamt that I saw an owl smiling at me. I found out that owl is my spirit animal and I want to know how can I overcome to deal with this fear? Me and my wife saw a white owl the night before a wedding! My wife and I are very spiritual and also study numerology.. If we see anything spiritual or notice a sign we always instantly look at the time to see if our numbers show up.
On July 1st my father passed away, taken by cancer. I did not find out until the 5th of July. Any ideas why this beautiful animal flew into my life? This is crazy in a weird way. My Daddy also passed on July 1st 7yrs ago from cancer. I had a dream about 6mths before of a snowy white owl flying towards me in a dream. He said it could mean some one was going to die.
I actually knew it would be my Daddy…he was fine, nothing that we knew of wrong with him…then his contact ruptured and they found 4th stage cancer…he passed 3 days before their 50th wedding anniversary. But I do believe the owl is a symbol for me. In this dream the white owl was injured while the other two fought to deafened her. I say her because later in the dream the white owl spoke to me after I helped to rescue her from the battle and ended up in my bathroom.
Yesterday i had a dream about catching snowy white owl which was up in a tree. The owl was so mesmerising I had to catch it. Two times it flew away,third time I caught it. I jave always had such dreams that sometimes become connected to future reality. But this one is new and some thing feels different about it. Do you think this would mean something important? I dreamed I was picking up brush. I reached down and pulled up a rock and it was actually an owl.
It was face down. The spot was formed where it was laying. Even the eyes were imprinted in its hiding spot. I remember thinking.. My grandfather passed a few years ago. His nickname was owl. My grandmother was Cherokee Indian and after she passed she leaves dimes laying around for me. I have recently joined a church and have made significant changes in my life.
It is the great eyes of owls, wise, wideopen, missing nothing. Perhaps you are bird people, or part of you is. Most important is the message at the top of the page. I too am part Cherokee. I wish you well inn your journey of discovery! I wish everyone The best on this magnificent adventure! Whilst driving home a few days ago an owl swooped in front of my car from the left and flew up the road in front of me. His wings took up pretty much the whole of the lane, he was calm, considered and seemed to be leading me home he was going my route home!
I felt very blessed, calm and like I was in a bubble of gentleness — my children were also in the car and they were amazed. It was a beautiful experience x. I had many experiences like this. The first one, I was driving with the windows down, a small owl flew in my window and hit me in the neck, then flew into the backseat with my daughter, we pulled over to get him out, before he would fly out of the care he looked us all in the eyes for a moment, I felt very calm, I had the instinct to pick him up.
The second time, I was driving too, I come over a hill and right in the middle off the road was a big white owl, I slammed on my breaks to keep from hitting him, He just set there looking me in my eyes for a couple of minutes before he flew away. The third time was today, I was driving again, the same big white owl was in the road, he flew off right away but only to a branch right above my head, I stopped the car, looked out my window to the branch he was in, and said hi to him, then I started to continue to drive, he flew over my car for a ways, before flying off this time.
Hello to whom it may concern, please i need a meaning of my dream. Last night I had a dream, and the only part I could recall upon waking up was the Owls. There was a mother owl and a baby owl. There were people inside and I began gushing about how I had found a baby owl. I was thrilled, I remember that clearly. A lot of dream interpretations speak of dead owls being bad omens but it could be a symbolic death as well.
I am concerned that this dream bodes of ill tidings. If anybody would like to offer some insight, I really would appreciate it. Thank you for reading. My daughter was diagnosed with retinoblastoma eye cancer early October , her eye was removed November 5th She was two years old. She is cancer free now. The eye that was removed contained the cancer so she did not need further treatment. I tell you this because all through out this period there were numerous owl signs. Sadly I forgot some of them. My daughter suddenly loved owls, she was obsessed.
Shortly after her surgery it disappeared. We saw a couple owls as well, which rarely ever happens. We have only seen one since. The wing she was hospitalized in was of course the owl wing too. Does this mean anything? I am a very observeded person I notice everything and every sound So since he passed I look at and notice everything possible.
Well over the pAst 2 weeks owls have been all around me. Two weeks ago at my moms house which is where my step father lived and not far from is where he did what he chose to do. There were at least owls in the closest trees to me one night All of them were hooting and screatching to where a friend of mine with me even noticed all of them.
More then usual and closer then normal. Anyone have any idea what this may mean? Thank you for taking your time to read this and reply.. I recently had a dream that I was walking in a field and I shapeshifted into an owl. I began racing a hawk across the field,who was also a man who had shapeshifted into the hawk. I flew over the field and flew high up into the sky until I could see the whole city in which I live.
What exactly could this mean? Well both are messengers of enlightenment. The hawk means you will be having a journey into higher awareness and the owl gives that affirmation to you. Whatever has been happening in your life has prepared you for this new level of awareness. You are the shapeshifter and have an opportunity to see a new world before you where old meanings fade and new ones begin. Thanks for sharing your medicine from Grandfather.
But last night, or more likely this morning, I had a dream that I remember vividly. I was looking out a window and saw something in the shadows. Something that seemed very small. I thought it was in mouse. I was startled. My only phobia. After a second or two, what I thought was a mouse began walking out of the shadow. I was surprised to see that it was a small white owl. We made eye contact. And I had an instant sense of peace. Again, I have never given much thought to these things, but remember the dream so vividly, and feel that it could be something.
I appreciate any insight you wish to share. This morning at AM while walking my 2 dogs, I heard a noise on the roof of my carport, then a thump. It was dark, but a heard a small squeak…. I continued to walk into my back yard with my dogs, and heard another sound back under the carport.
When I turned around to see what it was….. I saw a huge beautiful Great Horned Owl sitting on the bench right outside by back door looking right at me!! As I stood there staring back at her…. Hi this morning around 5am I saw an owl flying over the roof of my house.
I would like to know what it means , if you could help me understand. His Abdomen has been filling with Fluid, and so has his lungs. Tonight, she went home, called me to tell me she made it home okay. She told me she saw a White Owl on her drive back to her home. I cannot have this guy, die! I had a very vivid dream last night. I was in a place that seemed to a road with a lot of trees around. It was dusk. I started seeing a lot of owl silhouettes in the trees and next thing I know, some of the owls started revealing themselves.
They were speaking to me. It was a soothing female voice. As I continued to walk, one owl fell off a tree and as I walked up to the owl to help it, it flew away. I approached the exit to this place that seemed to be outdoors and went into a well lit place. There were cages and cages of Adult owls with baby owls. Birds are not meant to be in cages! They are supposed to fly free! The dings are from the hawks trying to attack them. Perhaps this will help you. Yes, take the hand of your fear and love it to Peace, your truth.
Let the owls fly free along with the fledglings ignoring the attacks of the intellect, the hawks. We all have to trust this process of freedom from the conditioning we were born into, the cages. After that my husband was always! I was always able to see things, and hear things, and feel things, I just never paid attention and now that all these owls have been coming, and I been reading a lot about the symbols, and meanings I am very much more intune with my surroundings, and thoughts, and people around me. After my. Two episodes that I feel significant are — while deer hunting what we do as a family I had a owl fly to me, land and sat beside me in the bush for at least half an hour.
The other was the day of my birthday, a snow owl sat on the roof of my camper trailer and stayed for a few hours. It let me get. What is the meaning of this. I had a dream a couple nights ago that I cannot get off my mind. I was standing in the spare room of my house, with almost nothing in it. I was looking at a male great horned owl sitting in a tree outside the window for what seemed like a while. The owl was looking back at me.
All I could really see was its silhouette. It glided through the window and into the room. I had fear in its presence. It seems like I associated with the owl almost like a mentor. I had to show respect to it. The owl did not speak once, but it stayed in the room with me for a long time. I would fall asleep and wake up after some time, and the owl would be sitting somewhere else, watching me. I felt like i was being guarded and I was safe, but it was also very creepy. I never saw its face. The room was only lit by the moon outside, so I could only scarcely make out the feather color pattern on its belly and dark shadows where I normally would have seen big round eyes.
It was in the bathroom for a long time, and I finally got up and went to the bathroom door. I was going to knock to see if it was okay, but I was too scared to confront it. So I nervously stood outside the door. The door finally opened, and the owl was there in the doorway staring at me. I finally saw its face and fear jolted through me. They were more large and narrow than a regular owls eyes. More cat-like. I had fear and uncertainty around the owl before, but now I felt like it was a great, ancient, dangerous being.
I felt like it could see who I truly was, like it could see into my soul. I had never met the owl before this night, but I felt like it had been there with me without me knowing for a long time. The dream ended after that. But I figured that detail was needed in order to interpret this dream. Does it mean something? Or is it just an ordinary dream? If it does mean something, what? If anybody replies to this, thanks so much! It really means a lot. I hope you find out what your dream ment and it would be great to hear the rest of your story. I had a very vivid dream last night…or in the morning right before I woke.
I was in house with a friend…it was dark, lights seemingly only being lit by twilight. We were not afraid…just hanging out. It seemed telepathic and in a sing-song voice. There are more in here! Then I felt like they were all over the house, or more coming.
I woke up feeling in awe. It was beautiful! Any insight would be appreciated! Thank you! Two nights ago I was watching Animal planet in which was a showing of a family of arctic owls and their survival. In the episode it showed the struggle they endure and the absolute love the parent owls have for their little ones. In all the show one baby owl died because of his weak condition.
Last night I had a dream that this furry image appeared walking out of a bush and it was furry and grey. I went to go pick it up and it was a baby owl in which it didnt run from but allowed me to cuddle and keep it warm. In my dream it felt like it was a calling for me. Not sure if that makes any sense but I felt that I was doing the right thing. But Im not sure what this could mean or if it could be the recall of what I watched the other night. Ive been attracted to owls a good portion of my life. I didnt really think anything of it until magical things started happening in conjunction to the owl.
Whether it was real or symbolic strange stuff happens around this animal. He went down the chimney chute, hit the neighbors walls a couple times and knocked itself out. The neighbor took a sweater and wrapped it up it was out cold. I was able to pet the animal on its head and stomach. As soon as I walked away it woke up and flew away.
A few days later I decided I wanted to go to law school. Just a few days ago he reappeared. This time I couldnt see hear but I definately could hear him hoot hoot hoot. Now I am just trying to figure out what he is telling me. Any suggestions? I dreamed of a aqua, green, marine colored owl watching over me! Any insight of what does this mean?? A white owl has followed me for most of my life. First instance I had seen it was after when i was 16 a party at 11pm I was walking home alone and I saw a huge white thing fly ahead of me, I then noticed it was an Owl. It kept ahead of me all the while, everytime I would reach close to it it would fly off and land on overhead lines ahead and keep repeating this untill i almost reached home, then it flew away.
When I was in university I would wake up at around 2am to study, while sitting in my porch sipping coffee…the same white owl would try to land on me, when i dodged it it would circle the house and try to land on me again, this happened every night I went outside to drink coffee to prepare to study. That is a very intriguing story Nicky. You have some connection to this bird. I would let him land on you. I do not think this bird wants to hurt. You also might try getting quiet, asking the question about what this bird is trying to tell you or imagine the owl flying to you and delivering a message.
I consider you very fortunate. Hey james Thanks for the reply, it is very terrifying when the owl tries to land on me…i never hear it coming but i always end up turning my fave just in time to see it abt 2 ft away. It is scary to think about it touching me, i remember once when i dodged it and fell off the chair i was paralysed with fear for a few seconds on the floor.
The mother owl flew across the driveway and sat on the ground with the daddy owl to watch me and the baby owls. At the end of my dream I was driving awAy in my car with the baby owls to a refuge. I hope you can help. I still feel quite immobilized and paranoid upon seeing an owl in my room. I have a home based job and I turned my old room in the attic to become my office where I do all my work. It was around am when I just finished breakfast and went back to my office straight after.
Before I entered the door, I saw this owl flying inside my room. There was no way that the owl was from outside as all the windows are closed i never opened them. Is there any possible explanation to what this could mean? Thanks really for answering. I had a dream that i got a little owl as a pet. And my mum and everyone else were telling i shouldnt keep it, but i stood by my owl in the dream. It was a tiny thing, but i dont think it was a baby. But later on, i saw it struggling under the covers of my bed, and it took a awhile to get it out, but once i did, it was wet and soaked and dying….
I hope someone can hel0 me interpret it! I came into contact with an owl man or owl person who let me fly with him. He took my above the trees and I could see my friends. He guided me back down and gave me a round stone and told me to keep it safe? For the 2nd time in 6 years, my husband was dive-bombed by an owl, a Barred Owl, I think. What could this possibly mean — anything? I had an interesting experience one week ago, I opened my backdoor at about 11pm for the dogs to go outside. I closed the dogs in the other room and took a towel to catch the owl with.
The owl casually flew from the corner of the room to the door and then into my bathroom. It wasnt till recently that I came into knowing what the heck is going on with me and the weird stuff in my life. But, i dream stuff that comes true, I have had 4 daytime visions, one black and white, the other three full color with my eyes open, they have all come true except one…. It was about 30x30x30, and by 30 I mean 30 Football fields from end to end.
It was at night, and I was going to bed, laying there, eyes open. I blink and all of a sudden a 6 foot Golden owl, it was HUGE comes down from out of no where, just standing there, towering over me. Please, can anyone explain this to me? I want to learn so much that I can, about this subject, about my gifts, i have others not mentioned here, about why psychics keep telling me with the right teacher I could be great and do what they do and help people.
Everyone wants money though.. I feel this subject should be taught to those willing to listen for free. Ahh i digress. I need answers to my Owl event please.. I have been living in a house with a lot of history in Bremerton WA… Very bright rays of light have manifested the image of an owl on a branch on my kitchen ceiling…my house is haunted and I found out L. Ron Hubbard has taught his classes here and the former owner who died here was 33rd degree Freemason…I would love to talk to you as you are like myself having this ability…write back so we can talk….
I found your website by accident. Never knew something like this existed and it has been a wealth of information for me. My question is, the later part of June I was awakened by a woodpecker over my bedroom pecking and now this morning I was awakened by a hooting owl. Also, prior to the woodpecker showing up, I would have sometimes 2 or three birds fly into my patio door in a single day. They all seem to have survived. Prior to the woodpecker and the owl the quail would scamper across the street in front of my car. This is all making me scratch my head and wonder what are these birds trying to tell us.
I looked up the individual messages on your website but thought I may be missing something. Can you help me figure this out. Every summer I sit outside my back door during the night. Although, every time I look up I seem to always see a white owl gliding above me. This happened about 5 to 6 times maybe even more this past summer. By the time they looked it was gone or they never did see it at all. Eventually by the end of the summer one last owl visited me. This time it swooped down and screeched.
Today was the first day during this summer that I see a white owl flying above me once again. If anyone could give me any answers please do. Please get a current version of National Geographic Birds of North America to see if the summer range is within your area. Also, is there a great source of mice nearby? Are you next to a field or abandoned building or chickens? Mice love their feed and owls love mice and rabbits. You may also or alternatively be in the migration path. Snowy Owls are irruptive which means they veer off from their normal range often.
Some years more than others. You may greatly benefit from the company offered by a local Audubon club…bird watchers…perhaps someone to sit with at night and watch for the beautiful, silent wings.
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I recently had a dream in which I was a great horned owl. After that I began to see through the eyes of the owl itself, as the man began to tell me which parts of a skinned animal to eat. It was either a bird or squirrel He said to stay away from red parts and eat the green, however he also said I can eat pretty much anything I wanted.
Before I ate I was thinking or hoping that the animal tasted good since I was an owl. The color of these pieces were of a pinkish color. I thought it was injured so I went home to get a box. When I returned I tried to pick up the owl, but the owl flew away. What do you think this means? I found an Owl feather yesterday. I took it home. Lately I have had great emotional turmoil in one of my relationships and at work.
I have been feeling that there will be major change coming. I am usually aassociated more with crows but am hoping Owl will will give me some guidanc. Ok so my next door neighbour just had a white barn owl in daylight in his garden, he came to let us know and then it started to land on my arm and pay me alot of attention.
Such a majestic creature. I had a dream about a baby owl. I know this because the dream was about me wanting to take him with me somehow while we went on a trip. I ended up keeping him in my purse, leaving the purse a little unzipped so he could breathe. I would periodically open the purse to check on him and sometimes I would look down to see his little beak and eyes popping out looking around. We went to the airport where my bf put all of my stuff into his duffle bag and I forgot a bag there, but not the owl. We went to some kind of seminar or something too, all with me carrying this baby owl in my purse and cautiously watching him.
I remember noticing little things like the shape of him, since he was sitting in my purse I could see the outline of his body laying in there. Good evening, Hello my name is Maria, and I was wondering what does it mean when you see three owls lined up on a electrical power line. I was kinda amazed but at the same time, I have to admit that I was very startle in seeing this. I am a true believer of high energy like spiritual powers. Please let me know because I am kinda puzzled. Hello Cataline, I had a strange experience with an owl.
One night I was dropping off my uncle at his house I got a few blocks away and saw an owl just sitting in the middle of the street. I stopped my truck thinking maybe it was hurt since it was sitting there. As I walked up to it I could see it was large and not afraid of me at all I wanted to get it out of the street before someone hit it so I slowly walked around it just watched me.
I thought it was odd that it was not afraid at all so I started to pet it ,it just puffed its feathers like it liked it. So I decided that I would take it back to my house just a few blocks away and call the game warden so that they could help it. I placed the owl down in the bed of my truck it walked to the end of the bed of the truck turned its head looked me in the eye and flew away.
Now that being said I have all the listed chartristics of the owl totum I just wanted to know if you could give any insight to the experience what you think the meaning was for me? I just learned my totem animal is a an owl from my boyfriend. I had never thought about it before, but it makes sense. I had a dream and the only part I can clearly remember is sitting on the porch of a house in broad daylight and this owl was stareing at me.
Does that mean anything? I was driving home last night right as the color drained from the sky. I swerved when I saw its face in my headlights but I hit it anyway, the car behind me hit it again. I tried to go back to help but it was too late. The air was filled with floating feathers and when I looked down there was one large feather at my feet. What does it mean? I could use some insight to my life. My life has been in a mess for many years. I keep praying and looking for some insight. I recently had an owl fly during day on left side of my car for a few minutes.
I woke the next morning and heard one hooting while walking dog. Could you please tell me what he is trying to tell me? Any advice I really appreciate. Thank you so much! If you could let me know just a little about what your problems are, I will respond as best I can.
I was fishing at night at one of our major lakes and i kept getting the feeling to look by this big log on the ground i felt as if an Indian man was standing by it. I got a feeling of relief so i enjoyed the rest of my night. On the way back home with the windows rolled down my ex stopped at a stop sign and out of nowhere this owl came swooping by my window onto the ground then flew up on the light post and so i told my ex to slowly drive by it and it stared me dead in the eyes so i had him back up and it made sure it had eye contact with me.
I felt that the owl had to do with the prayer. I dont know if it was from the Indian man i kept sensing or because i prayed that the lost souls were to be released and cross over to the white light. A few nights later i went fishing and all of a sudden i hear an owl in the tree above me. Ive never came in counter with an owl besides looking at them through the glass at the zoo.
Every since then ive felt as the owl should be apart of my life. Anyways what do you think that owl was from and why was there another one around me a few days later. I am trying to understand why, while meditating. Thanks so much.
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There was extreme betrayal behind the scenes and intentional misleading that caused me to question myself over time. All the secrets are still hidden because so many others would be affected, most importantly the children. Years ago I moved away from my home area. Most of my family passed away since then. Physically I have intense signs of stress and anger buried. A couple of days ago I was driving and a beautiful owl passed over me carrying a snake. I was amazed and I felt so happy when I saw it. Yesterday I was outside alone processing out grief. A shadow of a bird appeared on the ground moving in front of me and as I looked up it felt like it took 2 minutes!
I saw a beautiful owl flying from behind me East to West. I knew it was a sign but wondered if it was good or bad. Then last night I dreamt that I was driving my car and made a right hand turn. Suddenly I was in a larger vehicle with others and someone warned us to tie our belongings down. We went up, up, up so high that we were going to topple over.
All I could think of was how I hate rollercoasters! I need to trust and let go but it is hard to breathe. Any insights? Late last year i had my biological mother whom i had never met pass away. Ever since then i have been noticing more and more these sorts of things but with Crows. This evening i was feeling very emotional around my life, my long term relationship ending around the same time i was contacted about my Mother. Never have dabbled but always interested.
She said that my mum is trying to help me but i have been very closed of as of late and i need to open up more via meditation so i can see and sense more. I am opening up to this world — was also something she said.. I would be very happy with any responses or any similar stories to mine. This is all very new to me,but i am very opening to it. This morning I was driving to work it was still very dark and raining outside and as I came up to the stop sign I saw something in the road.
It took me a second to realize it was an owl and he was staring right at me. He turned his head, looked at me straight in my eyes and flew off with what looked to be a mouse in his talons. It was amazing! I just spent a lovely meditation playing with a wolf, then being wrapped in an owls wings. I felt safe, comfortable and nurtured here and with both animals. Many thanks! Hi Amy, Owls are able to connect to those who have passed away that is, are dead.
They are no longer in a physical body but they are still with you. In fact, sometimes our connection to people is ever stronger after they have died! All the best to you, Heather. I could use some insight for a dream I had a couple of nights ago. I was standing in a forest, blue sky, sun shining through the trees. A hawk was flying above me and got real close, then it landed on my shoulder and turned into a brown owl. It was calming then I became a bit overwhelmed with emotion. I was praying and crying out to god and a owl appeared just seen the head and eyes what would that mean.
The owl can sense your energy. I have had similar experiences three times. When I am feeling like I am at an all time low, the owl always reveals itself. You are blessed. I was driving today to work and an owl swoosh down in front of mey car and it was the most beautiful white owl I have seen…What does it mean because it was in the early morning when that happened…. I had a dream of a baby brown owl with a bright red face, it was trying to get in my house. I was at the front door and it was flying close to the glass and pecking on it trying to get in.
I thought it was so cute and called my partner into the room. We looked at the owl and how beautiful the markings were.. It was so cute but I was scared to let it in. Ever since I was, I guess, born there has been this owl following me. My mom said it started when I was only a few months old, she put me to sleep in my room, and she went into the other room, a few minutes later she heard me laughing and cooing, she walked into my room and saw the owl perched on my window staring at me, my mother shushed it away and picked me up.
Ever since then my mother has heard it everywhere we went. I confessed to her a few ago that I had a strange feeling of someone watching me, and how I always heard but never saw this owl. That was when she told me about the incident. Once she told me, all I ever heard was that owl. I took a few tests and did some research and I have definitely concluded this is my spirit animal. The show concluded and we were walking back down from the hill when we passed a bush and this huge, beautiful owl flew out it must have had its nest there it spread its wings and soared a few feet in front of us, then landed on the ground in front of us.
We were about 5 feet away from it and we were just frozen still. In complete awe of the bird, it was so large and beautiful. I woke up in the early morning hours and could hear an owl hooting nearby. It went on for quite some time. When I fell back asleep, I had the oddest dream. There was a young man who was coming and going from a window in my house as people in the dining room were playing a board game about a flooded city. When I left to go find the boy that kept coming in the window, I found a teenage girl who was complaining of abdominal pains.
A neighbor told me she was cursed and we should get her to another neighbor who lives nearby. Find out about the special adaptations that make birds of prey such powerful hunters in this action-packed series! From ten stories high, an eagle can see a single ant crawling on a sidewalk! They use this impeccable eyesight to spot fish lingering in the currents and rodents scurrying through harvested fields. This title will introduce readers to these skillful carnivores through action-packed photos and jaw-dropping facts.
Using their long, pointed wings and tails, falcons dive toward prey at over miles per hour! These high flyers are designed to be master predators. In combination with their speed, their sharp beaks make hunting a simple task. This title is a jammed-pack look at falcons as birds of prey. Using intelligence and skilled flying, hawks are able to find great success in their hunting pursuits. These small predators use their talons to snatch prey, often in midair!
This low-level title will take reluctant readers into the world of these feathered fighters through engaging text and eye-catching photos. Kids see popular holidays marked on the calendar, but do they know why the days have special status? This series offers beginning readers first looks at major celebrations linked to seasons, faiths, and people groups. Fun and meaningful traditions get prime attention, some even being featured as side bar activities.
Holi - the Hindu Festival of Colors - heralds the coming of spring. This vibrant title explores the ancient history and modern practices of this joyful holiday. Holi's food, dance, music, and colors will captivate young readers. On June 19, - two years after the Emancipation Proclamation - Galveston, Texas became the last place in the country to learn the slaves were free. Today, Juneteenth is a joyful occasion with parades, speeches, music, and more!
This engaging book teaches the fascinating origins and traditions of Juneteenth, honoring the freedom of African Americans. Kindness, honesty, respect, and responsibility: we value all these traits in ourselves and in others. This series helps young readers understand each of these qualities and learn how to use them in their everyday lives. With second-person opening narratives that place the reader into a relevant situation and examples of how they can exhibit each trait, these books can help young students build positive character!
What does it mean to be a good citizen? What can kids do to become one? In this book, beginning readers will learn how they can help out to make their community a better place! Helpful people make life easier! From doing chores to carrying groceries, there are many ways to help people around you. Beginning readers can learn about being helpful, from benefits to examples for everyday life in this informative title.
It can be tempting to tell a white lie to avoid getting in trouble. But what would that tell others about the type of person you are? This title for early readers explores the benefits and results of being honest, and how readers can show their character in everyday life! Our lives are filled with computers! We use them to work, play games, learn, and even drive our cars and heat our homes!
At the heart of each of these computers is millions of lines of code telling it what to do. But how does that code work? This series introduces young readers to the power of code and how it impacts our daily lives. From typing your name to playing a song, everything you do on computers uses code. But how do computers understand what we're telling them? This engaging title introduces young readers to programming languages, binary code, and the history of early programming.
Where does an e-mail go when you hit send? Code zooms it through the millions of connections in the Internet! Learn how code connects and runs a massive worldwide network of computers in this fact-filled title. Did you know that the average car has more than a dozen computers inside? Without computers and the coding that controls them, today's transportation would look a lot different. Young readers will love exploring how coding helps us get around in this fascinating read. What do wheels and axles help us do? How does a pulley work?
Why does an inclined plane make carrying a load easier? Each book in Machines and Motion highlights and explains one of the six simple machines. Bright, color photographs complement the carefully levelled text. In this book, readers will learn about one of the six simple machines as described by Renaissance scientists. Vibrant, color photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how levers are used to lift or move something with the assistance of a fulcrum. Vibrant, color photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how pulleys can move heavy loads with less forceand over longer distances.
Trick or treat! Join your favourite dinosaurs as they celebrate Halloween by visiting a haunted house, carving pumpkins, making costumes, and more! Teaching your little brother his first word-dibs-is funny. Until he starts calling dibs on everything, from your parents' bed to a real airplane to the White House. What's next? Calling dibs on the moon? Julian is glad to have Earth all to himself But Julian begins to miss Clancy.
Can he harness the power of dibs to rescue his little brother? Cassandra has a gift: she sees what animals are thinking. After keeping her talent a secret, Cassandra decides to make a difference. Can she find a lost cat? Or will her first case be a flop? Come along to the haunted house. Let's see how many letters of the alphabet we spot along the way. Beware of the cobwebs!
Venus fly traps snap shut on their prey. Aloe vera plants can be used to soothe sunburns. Plant Power explores the powers of meat-eating plants, healing plants, poisonous plants, prickly plants, pollinating plants, and photosynthesis. Beautiful, crisp, color photos, frequent diagrams and graphics, and an activity complement the carefully levelled text and aid the reader? Healing Plants introduces readers to plants around the world that we can use to help heal.
From their flowers, fruits, and leaves all the way to their roots, readers will be fascinated with these plants' abilities to heal! Meat-Eating Plants introduces readers to meat-eating plants from around the world and the ways in which they trap their meals. From pitcher plants to sticky traps and plants that snap, readers will be fascinated with these plants' abilities to catch prey! Photosynthesis introduces readers to the amazing ways in which plants produce their own food and rely on the sun for survival.
Readers will be fascinated with these plants' powers! What equipment do elite athletes wear to stay safe? How do engineers make buildings safer from earthquakes? And what technology helps keep people safe in extreme heat? Find out in these fact-filled books! In this book, early fluent readers discover the amazing technology used to make buildings safe and protect them from natural disasters, such as floods, wildfires, hurricanes, and more.
They will also learn how engineers and other professionals work to design safe buildings. Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn more about these engineering feats. In this book, early fluent readers discover the amazing technology used to keep athletes safe and the new equipment that helps prevent injuries.
They will also learning about how engineers design sports equipment. Bundle up! This search-and-find series lets young readers explore the arctic and the animals that live there. Find out how their bodies are adapted to the frigid climate and what they do to survive. This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about an arctic foxes' arctic habitat, body parts, and behaviours.
This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about an orca? This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about a polar bear? The animal kingdom is full of look-alikes! Young readers will dig into physical and behavioural traits of each animal to spot the differences between each pair. Full spread side-by-side comparisons point out special characteristics of each animal, while labeled photos and picture glossaries visually define difficult vocab words within the low-level text.
An ancient, scaly beast slides through the water, searching for a snack. But is it an alligator or a crocodile? This low-level book uses simple text, bright photos, and helpful labels to walk readers through the physical and behavioural differences between these often mixed-up reptiles.
Readers can dive in and see if they can tell which is which! A black and yellow insect flies past! Is it a wasp ready to attack, or friendly bee searching for flowers? Young readers will find out how to tell bees and wasps apart using easy-to-read text, photo labels, and side-by-side comparisons.
From body shape to hives and nests, beginning readers can match defining characteristics to each stinging insect in this colourful title. Can you tell if that is a butterfly or a moth fluttering by? Physical traits like antennae and colors give clues, as well as certain behaviours. Levelled text and bright photos walk beginning readers through the differences of these big-winged insects. Side-by-side features let students compare the two on their own and aid in comprehension. Many big cats have patterned coats, but what is the difference between a cheetah?
In this low-level text, bright photos and side-by-side comparisons show this and other distinctions between cheetahs and leopards. How do your eyes see? How do your ears hear? How does your nose smell? This series covers the basic structures and functions of the body? Young readers will learn how each sense provides the brain with information about their surroundings, and can test their new knowledge with sense-specific activities.
There's much more to our ears than meets the eye! The human ear contains a chain of important links that work together to help us hear the world around us. From the ear's tiny bones to its fluid-filled cochlea, each part is important. In this title, young readers will learn about the small wonders inside the human ear. The human eye is a complex machine that allows us to see the wonders of the world!
The fuel for this machine is light. Each part of the eye communicates with light to allow us to see. Young readers will light up as they learn about the different parts of the human eye and how they work in this fact-filled read. The sense of smell is one of the most interesting human senses!
A familiar scent may trigger forgotten memories. The smell of smoke warns of danger. The smell of cooking food may cause hunger! This is all thanks to the relationship between the nose and the brain. Young readers will unlock the mysteries of the human nose in this sweet title. This series introduces children to animals from a variety of ecosystems while providing a fun and supportive reading experience. Who Lives Here? Who Lives in a Lake? Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, making sure they aren't facing too many challenges at once.
Who Lives in the Desert? Who Lives in the Forest? From exploring space to exploring the deepest parts of the ocean, robots are becoming a big part of human life. With engaging graphics and charts that emphasize visual literacy, let readers explore the impacts robots are having on our world and our future.
With simple text and bold infographics, teaches beginning readers about animal robots and their role in our world. With simple text and bold infographics, teaches beginning readers about battling robots and their role in our world. With simple text and bold infographics, teaches beginning readers about medical robots and their role in our world. The forked tailed of kites allow them to perform acrobatic twists, turns, and twirls to more easily track a meal. These agile fliers are not just hunters, though. They are known to scavenge the meals of larger predators, too.
This title for striving readers explores kites' hunting and scavenging habits while incorporating engaging fun facts. Owls are predators built to detect prey in the dark of night! Their ears become their eyes as papery feathers help them locate the direction of sounds, and noiseless flight then lets them swoop toward their prey undetected. Readers will learn about these unique birds of prey in this low-level title.
Vultures are scavengers that will eat almost anything they can find! These birds of prey are able to feed on decaying meat and trash due to special acids in their digestive system that keep them from getting sick. This title uses captivating photos and engaging facts to take striving readers into the world of these bald birds. What started as a small labor union festival in has become a national holiday.
Every first Monday in September, many schools and businesses close, and parades pop up across the country! This informative title explains the history and many transformations of Labor Day. With its 3,year-old beginnings, Passover is one of the world? From the Exodus story to modern matzah bread hunts, this title showcases Passover? Young readers will get an in-depth look at this celebration of freedom! Kindness is one of the top traits we look for in friends. What makes this quality so important? What happens when we aren?
Young readers can explore this meaning of this virtue and learn how to exhibit it themselves in this helpful title. How do we show respect to one another? It might be as easy as listening carefully or having good manners. This book teaches early readers about being respectful and how important it is to our lives and relationships.
Sometimes doing the right thing might seem boring. Why do homework when video games are much more fun? Beginning readers will learn all about the importance of responsibility and how they can be responsible, too, in this low-level title. How do your favorite video games work? The coding insides creates backgrounds, plays music, and controls how each character and items move. Readers will love learning about the world of coding through the video game lens in this book for young students. Thanks to Siri and Alexa, we've gotten pretty used to coding in our home. But did you know a company offered automation for lights and appliances as early as the s?
Check out the home automation of the past and the smart homes of the future in this fun read. Many students may use computer labs or tablets in school. But coding can also be found in science classrooms, the library, and even the lunch room! Early readers can educate themselves on the coding in their own school with this eye-opening title.
Vibrant, color photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how screws are used to lift or move objects. Vibrant, color photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how wedges increase force to either separate objects or hold things together. Vibrant, color photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how wheels and axles make work easier by moving objects across distances. Gecko Press, founded in , is a New Zealand-based, award-winning independent publisher of curiously good books from around the world.
We translate and publish English-language versions of children's books by some of the world's best writers and illustrators. We choose books that are excellent in story, illustration, and design, with a strong "heart factor. It's time for Flynn to sleep in his first ever big boy bed, but there's one rather large problem—a walrus! Mom and Dad play along. Is Flynn just stalling? Either way it doesn't look like anyone is getting much sleep tonight.
In this lyrical celebration of fall, the autumn wind invites forest animals to the annual windfall ball. Young readers will delight in colorful illustrations showing how various animals consume and store fall harvest bounties in preparation for winter. What do girls like to do? What can they be? This fun and inspiring book answers those questions and stands as a reminder to girls that they are strong and capable.
Illustrated with adorable spot art that contains just a dash of whimsy, the diverse group of girls showcased throughout is sure to inspire the next generation of rule-makers and rule-breakers. StarBerry Books, an imprint of Kane Press, is a library full of diverse and imaginative children's books created by authors and artists from all over the globe. Everyone Walks Away is a beautiful, multi-layered book about loneliness, exclusion, and belonging.
Frank feels lonely when everyone walks away. It's the same as always. But once home, he makes a special jam then invites the others. Maybe they'll come over. This is a one-of-a-kind book from a leading international artist.
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Marco and Polo simply love adventures, but disaster hits when they are left in charge of Marco's numerous cousins! They brainstorm the perfect solution: finding a hamster sitter! An ad in the paper finds many eager candidates, but Marco and Polo return home each time to find their cousins causing even more mischief than before. Can they find the perfect hamster sitter or are their adventures a thing of the past? Poisonous Plants introduces readers to poisonous plants from around the world and the ways in which they defend themselves.
From poisonous berries to beautiful, luring flowers, readers will be fascinated with these plants' abilities to trick prey! Pollinating Plants introduces readers to the amazing ways in which plants pollinate and the insects and natural elements that help them do so. Prickly Plants introduces readers to plants around the world that use thorns, prickles, spines, and bristles to defend themselves. In this book, early fluent readers discover the amazing technology used to make transportation safe, while learning about how engineers work, challenges they face, and other professionals who help keep transportation safe.
In this book, early fluent readers discover the amazing technology used to keep people safe in extreme environments, while learning about how engineers work, challenges they face, and other professionals who help make this technology. This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about a reindeer? This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about a sea otter?
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Simple text, matching photos, and side-by-side comparisons help young readers spy the differences between these common animals. Peeking into rabbit burrows and hare nests, this title digs deep into these lookalikes! All tortoises are turtles, but what sets tortoises apart from their fellow family members? Side-by side-comparisons and clear photos take young learners through various physical and behavioural differences between turtles and tortoises in this low-level title. Discover what makes each reptile unique! Who is that howling from deep in the woods? Wolves and coyotes might have similar calls, but they have several differences!
This engaging title uses simple text, clear photos, and side by side comparisons to show beginning readers the differences between these lookalike predators. Without the help of the nose, humans would only be able to recognize five types of tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and savoury. But with our sense of smell, we are able to pass messages to the brain that identify specific flavours!
Next time you dig into your favourite flavour of ice cream, remember it's your nose that is doing most of the tasting. This title about the connections between the food we eat and the flavours we enjoy will leave young readers craving more! The largest human organ is skin! Every inch of skin is made up of millions of tiny receptors that allow us to feel the world around us.
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The desert is one of the most extreme biomes on Earth! Temperatures skyrocket as the sun rises and quickly plummet as it sets. These extremes have not stopped animals from making it their home. From roadrunners excreting salt to conserve water to bighorn sheep going days without a drop, this series explores the special ways animals of the desert have adapted to survive in this harsh biome.
Bark scorpions are the only scorpions in the Sonoran Desert that can climb! These critters use their ability to hide in cool, dark places while they wait to ambush their prey! Find out more about how bark scorpions survive the scorching Sonoran in this informative title! From padded split hooves made to scale rocky terrain to reflective fur, bighorn sheep have what it takes to survive in the desert!
These tough animals survive even the driest of desert days through their physiological and behavioural adaptations. Early readers will find easy-to-follow text, striking photos, and several special features in this title on bighorn sheep! Spend a day hiking in the Sonoran Desert, and you may spot an unusual sight: a lizard sprinting on two legs! Collared lizards reach speeds of up to 16 miles per hour while racing on their hind legs to catch prey or escape predators. Eye-catching photos, fascinating facts, and explanations of adaptations will keep young readers glued to the pages of Collared Lizards!
How can we find accurate and unbiased information? How do we navigate and experience digital media? What steps do we need to take to stay safe online? Digital Citizenship answers these questions and more while addressing how an informed citizenship relies on the critical and responsible usage of media and information. Bright, full-color photographs complement the carefully leveled text to make reading for understanding easy and fun. Each title includes a table of contents, infographic, glossary, index, Take Action! In this book, readers will learn the differences between facts and opinions.
Carefully-leveled text and vibrant, full-color photographs help readers understand that an informed citizenship relies on the critical and responsible usage of media and information. Facts and Opinions features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a Take Action! In this book, readers will learn how to find accurate and reliable information. Finding Information features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a Take Action!
This popular adventure series feature various dinosaurs that once roamed the earth. Child adventurers become time travelers and make firsthand observations about the dinosaurs. Delightful illustrations and carefully crafted text help the stories come alive, making these books both educational and entertaining. A young child adventures back in time to million years ago to meet a Diplodocus, learning what sounds this dinosaur made, its size, and what it ate. This illustrated narrative nonfiction title includes a map of fossil findings, glossary, and further resources. A young child adventures back in time to million years ago to meet a Spinosaurus, learning how they looked, where it lived, and how they hunted other dinosaurs for food.
A young child adventures back in time to million years ago to meet an Allosaurus, learning what they ate, its size, and how even this big dinosaur sometimes got hurt. The future of our planet is in our hands. It is up to us to take action and care for it every day. What can kids do? Kids Living Green showcases environmentally-friendly ways early readers can care for the Earth. Active examples and photographs detail specific projects readers can easily partake in. Each title features a step-by-step project or activity, picture glossary, table of contents, and index.
Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn specific ways they can be environmentally friendly. An activity provides step-by-step instructions for a specific, larger project. Children can learn more about eating green using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites.
We hear it all the time, but what does it mean, and how can we do it? Children can learn more about recycling using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. The North American continent is filled with animals of all sizes and appetites. Some splash in rivers and swamps while others nest in trees and soar through open skies.
Thousands of species roam the prairies, mountains, deserts, and forests that they call home. Meet your wild neighbours in this series for young readers! Crows of a feather flock together! These noisy birds have tight-knit family groups and roost in giant flocks. They are also smart enough to use tools to get food! Young birdwatchers will be enthralled with this title about one of our most common North American animals.
Is that a common garter snake hiding in the brush? These cold-blooded critters slither through meadows all across the United States. In this low-level title, early readers will learn all about how common garter snakes hunt, hibernate, and hatch their young. A common snapping turtle lurks in muddy water. She is waiting for prey to swim by! These slow-moving reptiles are at the top of the freshwater food chain. Curious kids will love this journey in the ponds! Founded in , Andersen Press publishes some of the most well-known and beloved names in the world of children's books.
Go straightly to school, Our Kid," said Dad. But unless a fish-driven submarine, dinopirates, and an elephant ride are the fastest way to school, Our Kid is not doing too well. This tour-de-force from the legendary Tony Ross takes you on a journey to school like no other, and shows that sometimes the oddballs especially of the goat variety win the day! The Little Princess is jealous of her friends-they all have dads who can do amazing things.
The Cook bakes incredible cakes; the King always burns his. The Gardener takes his daughter on adventure-walks through the forest; the King gets lost on his way to bed. The Maid can teach the Little Princess to bake and she can take her for a walk, but will it be the same without her dad? It might look like a pebble from the beach, but Eliza knows this is an egg. And one night when she hears cracking, she discovers the Stone Bird.
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Every bird's nest is unique! There are big nests and small nests. There are nests in high spots and nests in low spots. But no matter what, each bird family can call its nest "home. With a gorgeous palette featuring bold colors and quirky artwork, this book will be a standout on the shelves. And the sweet yet subtle message that home is where you make it will resonate with readers of all ages.
How do an owl? How fast does an eagle dive to catch fish? Each book in Raptor World highlights a different raptor, the hunting techniques of each, and the physical attributes that make it an expert bird of prey. Vibrant photographs and carefully levelled text work together to support early readers.
In Eagles, beginning readers will learn how these raptors soar and spot prey from the sky, as well as the physical features that help these birds of prey catch and eat food. Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn about how eagles live and hunt. In Falcons, beginning readers will learn how these birds of prey hunt in the air, as well as how their physical features help them fly, hunt, and eat. Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how these raptors live and hunt.
In Condors, beginning readers will learn how these birds of prey fly to find food and the physical features that help these raptors soar. Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how condors scavenge for and eat food. What are baby gorillas called? Baby elephants? Early readers will learn these names and more about their favorite safari babies. Adorable, vibrant photography and tightly controlled text work together to provide an engaging and supportive early reading experience.
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Elephant Calves includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Elephant Calves is part of Jump! In Giraffe Calves, emergent readers learn about baby giraffes. Giraffe Calves includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Giraffe Calves is part of Jump! In Gorilla Infants, emergent readers learn about baby gorillas. Gorilla Infants includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
Gorilla Infants is part of Jump! Bring together art and laughter with this hilarious series. From putting food on human legs to silly bobblehead creations, step-by-step instructions and images will guide readers to create their own silly sketches. Through step-by-step instructions and images, learn to draw silly sketches of animals dressed like people. Starting Out narrates the tale of growing up in the wild. This series employs simple language and a unique first-person perspective to introduce foundational biological concepts as it follows the adorable animal through the start of its young life.
The straightforward text and large photos of the animal in its natural environment will both entertain and enlighten as readers learn how the animal's physical features, diet, habitat, and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. A baby dolphin narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. A baby fox narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development.
A baby giraffe narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. A baby gorilla narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. The Women Who Changed the World series profiles inspiring, influential women who challenged stereotypes, overcame barriers, and opened doors. Some were first women in their fields. Some rose to the top of companies and nations previously run by men.
Some were activists, some were queens, some quietly did their jobs and had a lasting impact. Each book profiles 12 living and historical diverse women whose accomplishments in their field changed the world. The gigantic ears of fennec foxes are not just for hearing small rodents scurry under the Saharan sands: these appendages radiate heat during scorching desert days to keep the foxes cool!
Many more desert adaptations are explained in this fact-filled title about fennec foxes! Strong, fast, and fearless, roadrunners are the ultimate desert-dwelling birds! Their bodies maintain water by excreting salt through glands near their eyes, and their powerful legs let them race through the open brush land at speeds of up to 18 miles per hour!
Early readers will be racing to get their hands on this title! S-shaped markings trail behind a rattlesnake scaling a tall desert dune. It is a sidewinder making its characteristic climb! These snakes have developed a special way of moving so only two small areas of their bodies touch the scalding hot sand at a time.
Readers will be slithering their way through the pages of this informative title about the desert adaptations of sidewinders! In this book, readers will learn the necessary steps to stay safe online. Staying Safe Online features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a Take Action! In this book, readers will learn how to identify and use primary sources. Using Primary Sources features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a Take Action!
A young child adventures back in time to 66 million years ago to meet an Ankylosaurus, learning about what this dinosaur looked like, its diet, and how it used its clubbed tail to stay safe. A young child adventures back in time to 70 million years ago to meet an Edmontosaurus, learning about this dinosaur's babies, its diet, and how it stayed warm in its cold habitat.
A young child adventures back in time to million years ago to meet an Iguanodon, learning about what this dinosaur ate, its size, and how it traveled in a herd. This illustrated narrative nonfiction title includes a range map, glossary, and further resources. Children can learn more about saving energy using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Children can learn more about saving water using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites.
Gray foxes look cute, but they are also smart woodland predators! These canines climb trees, stalk prey and sometimes bury leftovers for later! Budding naturalists will devour this low-level title about gray foxes and their forest homes. Female northern leopard frogs can lay up to 6, eggs!
The tadpoles will grow up into some of the quickest little amphibians around. Northern leopard frogs have a host of adaptations to help them hop through migration, hibernation, and breeding seasons. Early readers will be captivated by this informative title. Wild turkey flocks forage their way across North America. But they have to watch out for predators. Sharp senses of sight and hearing alert them to lurking enemies. In this book, young readers will learn all about the habits and habitats of these large birds. Gobble, gobble! In Hawks, beginning readers will learn about different kinds of hawks, as well as the physical features that help these raptors catch their prey.
Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how hawks live and hunt. In Ospreys, beginning readers will learn how these birds of prey dive from great heights to catch fish. Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how ospreys live and hunt.
A labeled diagram helps readers identify the osprey? Children can learn more about ospreys online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Ospreys also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. Ospreys is part of Jump!? In Owls, beginning readers will learn how these raptors spot and hear their prey, as well as the physical features that help them silently swoop in to catch it.
Vibrant, full-colour photos and carefully levelled text will engage young readers as they learn how owls live and hunt. A labeled diagram helps readers identify the owl? Children can learn more about owls online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Owls also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. Owls is part of Jump!? In Lion Cubs, emergent readers learn about baby lions. Lion Cubs includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
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Lion Cubs is part of Jump! In Tiger Cubs, emergent readers learn about baby tigers. Tiger Cubs includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Tiger Cubs is part of Jump! In Zebra Foals, emergent readers learn about baby zebras. Zebra Foals includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Zebra Foals is part of Jump! A baby kangaroo narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development.
A baby panda narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. A baby seal narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development.
A baby tiger narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development. Career Finder explores different career options for students after high school. Readers will learn useful and practical information about each career path, including the skills and training needed to succeed in the field. The books also show how different industries are growing and examine which job opportunities may be available in the future. Fashion is a growing global industry. A variety of job opportunities are available in this industry.
Salespeople, models, and other professionals bring the latest fashions to consumers. Work in the Fashion Industry explores different careers in the fashion industry, including the training and educational requirements as well as the future outlook for each career. Health care is an important and ever-growing industry. Doctors, nurses, and other health-care professionals provide treatment to help people.
Work in the Health Care Industry explores different careers in the health-care industry, including the training and educational requirements as well as the future outlook for each career. The military is an important part of the government. Army officers, technicians, and other military professionals work together to protect and defend the United States from threats. Work in the Military explores different careers in the military, including the training and educational requirements as well as the future outlook for each career.
Certain careers capture the hearts and imaginations of people from a young age. But what do astronauts and race car drivers really do? This high-interest series digs into the daily life of these careers, from tasks and goals to experience and training. Sidebars profile famous people in each career, and outline career paths and day-to-day tasks.
Find out if your dream career is really as cool as it seems! Have you ever wanted to visit outer space? It takes a lot of work to get ready for the journey, and there? Find out what it takes to become an astronaut, and as well as the qualities and training needed. Features outline a day? Readers will snap up this high-interest title about a job that is truly out of this world! Many kids dream of playing major league baseball. But what sets professional players apart? This high-interest title takes readers through the life of a baseball player, from practices to games on the road, and outlines the path to playing professional ball.
Informative sidebars highlight required experience and traits, outline a game day checklist, and introduce a famous player. Are you ready for the big leagues? A sleek jet shoots through the sky, looking for enemy planes. The pilot in the cockpit has been through countless flight hours and training to reach this point.
This high-interest title examines a career as a fighter pilot, from education and training to required gear and skills. A career path sidebar charts a pilot? Young readers can find out if they have what it takes to soar in this exciting read. Drugs and Their Dangers explores the dangers of marijuana, heroin, opioids, e-cigarettes, and methamphetamines.
Readers will learn about the history of each drug, its effects on users and society, and what treatments are available. E-cigarettes and vape pens may look harmless and come in fun flavours, but they can pack many times the addictive power of traditional cigarettes. E-Cigarettes and Their Dangers looks at the consequences of e-cigarette use on the body, e-cigarettes as a gateway to other drug use, and what withdrawal and treatment looks like for users.
With the country experiencing a rising heroin addiction problem, teens need to be informed about the risks and dangers of this incredibly addictive drug. Heroin and Its Dangers looks at stories of addiction, the history of the drug, its toll on the body, and what users can do for treatment. The past is full of mysterious events. How did ancient people build pyramids. What is Stonehenge for? Explore history's mysteries through closely level text, dynamic imagery, and visual infographics. Maybe the explanations for these events are simple - or maybe there's something strange going on. From noble knights to stealthy ninjas, history is full of incredible warriors who went through gruelling training and led daring lives.
Through labeled images, maps, and other graphics, this series brings history to life and takes readers back in time to see how some of the world's greatest warriors lived and fought. Step back in time, and discover the lives gladiators led through labeled graphics, fun facts, and age-appropriate text that separates fact from fiction while keeping readers interested and engaged.
Step back in time, and discover the lives knights led through labeled graphics, fun facts, and age-appropriate text that separates fact from fiction while keeping readers interested and engaged. Step back in time, and discover the lives ninja led through labeled graphics, fun facts, and age-appropriate text that separates fact from fiction while keeping readers interested and engaged. The Incredible series tells engaging, exciting, and touching recent and historical stories about people and animals doing brave, daring, and surprising things.
This is a high-interest page-turner series about animal feats, athletic feats, daredevil stunts, suspensful mysteries, epic rescues, and extreme survival stories that will keep readers engaged. Few areas of human achievement have had a bigger impact than science and technology. Every part of our lives is affected by the discoveries, inventions, and breakthroughs made in a wide variety of fields. Discover new robotics, explore the world of electronics, find out how the Internet has changed the world, and much more.
In this series, readers will get a solid introduction to some of the most important sectors of science and technology to help get them ready to make their own contributions in the future! Is there a more important force in the world than electricity? From the lights that brighten our nights to the computers that help run our lives. Inside, find out more about electricity-what it is, what it can do now, and what it can do next!
In this series, get a solid introduction to some of the most important parts of science and technology to help you get ready to make your own contributions in the future! Key Icons to look for have been placed throughout the books in this series in an effort to encourage library readers to build knowledge, gain awareness, explore possibilities and expand their viewpoints through our content rich no n-fiction books. Key Ico. The combination of the power of electricity with the invention of the microprocessor created a vast new swarm of machines. Electronics is the watchword for the biggest new industry of the last years.
From phones to computers to televisions and more, electronics connect our world. Inside, find out more about the most important parts of this vital industry. Key Icons are. A phone, a computer, a smartwatch, a fitness tracker, and more-how many devices are part of your life? Creative inventors have built hundreds and thousands of new small machines that help in every area of life. Inside, find out the latest on gadgets large and small, hard at work in every room of your house. Key Icons are as follows: Words t.
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. But time is the driver of technological development. See how the inventions we use every day, from cars to cell phones, have evolved from their birth to today? A running timeline on each page makes this series perfect for supporting STEM topics in the elementary grades. This book for elementary readers highlights the changes in automobiles from the first steam-powered cart to today? Engaging photographs and a running timeline illustrate important developments in technology that brought ideas to real-life.
This book for elementary readers highlights how maps and technology have changed the way people find their way from place to place. Full-color photos and a running timeline help show how changes in ways we travel and new technology have carried us from using to stars to today? Elementary readers will follow the sequence of how wireless technologies have brought us from the first Morse code radio transmission to today?
Climb in, buckle up, and hold on tight! Whether towing or off-roading, these powerful trucks will take you where you need to go. This series for reluctant readers explores how the toughest trucks on the road are used for work and play. The Chevrolet Silverado is a truck built to work hard!