Whether he's inviting Winter to sit by the fire or finding strange bumps in his bedroom, Owl is a hoot!
Watch as Owl tries to be in two places at once, or thinks of sad things in order to make a perfect cup of "tear water tea."
Stories from Arnold Lobel and others, with fun facts and videos about real, live owls!
—Owl at Home (C) 1975 by Arnold Lobel. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
The study guide is available here.
The show is best for ages 4-11.
The info sheet for the show is here.
The American author or illustrator of nearly 100 children's books, Arnold Stark Lobel is best remembered for his classic series of Frog and Toad books: Frog and Toad Are Friends (1970), Frog and Toad Together (1972), Frog and Toad All Year (1976), and Days with Frog and Toad (1979).
Using engaging stories and interesting vocabulary to explore the meaning of friendship, Lobel significantly loosened the traditional early-reader format. Appealing animals populate most of his books, including A Zoo for Mister Muster (1962) and Fables (1980), which won the Caldecott Medal.
He also wrote poetry (Whiskers and Rhymes, 1986), folktales (Ming Lo Moves the Mountain, 1982), and nonsense books (The Book of Pigericks, 1984).
With his wife, Anita Lobel, also a children's book writer and illustrator, he collaborated on several books, including How the Rooster Saved the Day (1977), A Treeful of Pigs (1979), and The Rose in My Garden (1984).
He also illustrated The Random House Book of Poetry for Children (1983) and The Random House Book of Mother Goose (1986).
—from the Scholastic Books website.