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The Owl Scatterer
Howard Norman
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The Owl Scatterer

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The inhabitants of a small northern Canadian village consider Jake a lazy old man but when their town is overrun with owls only Jake knows how to scatter the birds.
Published August 6th 1990 by Random House Value Publishing (first published October 1st 1986)
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Anthony Pate
This was a rather interesting book to read, mainly because of its art style. It reminded me of the woodcarving art style, and can be used to introduce the students to a different form of art.
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Howard A. Norman (born 1949), is an American award-winning writer and educator. Most of his short stories and novels are set in Canada's Maritime Provinces. He has written several translations of Algonquin, Cree, Eskimo, and Inuit folklore. His books have been translated into 12 languages.
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