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This is a lyrical and reassuring story about growing up and leaving the barn to dance on one's own. At the biggest barn owl dance of the year, the Leave the Nest Fall Fest, keen dancer Berkeley shines as usual. Next moonrise, however, she and her fellow fledglings Bo and Bree must leave home. Though Berkeley is frightened, the winking, smiling, laughing moon lights her way ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Kids Can Press
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Snorkle
This was a fairly cute little book. I really enjoyed the sweet and simplistic illustrations, they suited the book rather well. I would probably recommend this book, especially if one loved Owls.

*Taken from my book reviews blog: http://reviewsatmse.blogspot.com/2009...
Marie
Almost poetically written with a light touch, this book tells the story of a little barn owl off to find her own place, first with her brothers and then on her own. At first she is afraid to venture out, but Mama and Papa owl gently encourage her as her "new dance" is beginning.
Christine Turner
At the Leave the Nest Fall Fest, Berkeley and her fellow friends dance the night away, but when the next moonrise comes, she, along with her fellow fledglings, must leave home and, despite their fears, find a new place to dance! www.hcpl.net
The Library Lady
This one set off my saccharine meter a trifle. It's cute and cozy--and I LIKE the simple line illustrations and minimalist colors. That's probably what saved this book for me.
Beth Chandler
Sweet story with adorable pencil-and-colors illustrations of a barn owl who loves to dance, but is nervous about finding a home of her own now that she's old enough.
Sue
Leaving the nest. A scary process, but Berkeley finds
her barn and begins to grow up.
Tina
"owls, leaving home, barn dancing, animal homes, cute"
Emily
Honestly the owl illustrations could have been cuter.
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