Storytime: The Otter Who Loved To Hold Hands by Heidi HowarthStorytime: The Otter Who Loved To Hold Hands by Heidi Howarth

Storytime: The Otter Who Loved To Hold Hands

byHeidi HowarthIllustratorDaniel Daniel

Picture Books | July 29, 2014

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Every evening Otto's family comes together to hold hands when they sleep. But in the morning Otto doesn't want to let go! Poor Otto's parents can't get anything done with him holding on to them, but he's just too worried and afraid to be left on his own. But one day Mom opens a special shell with a pearl inside that sparks Otto's attention! It's beautiful and he can see another otter inside of it, reaching out to him! Otto takes the pearl into his hands -- and realizes that he's not holding on to his Mom or Dad anymore, and he feels fine! Each title in the Storytime series features beautiful artwork that children will love and a moral they'll remember. They are the perfect stories to read with a loved one and even alone.

Heidi Howarth is the author of The Littlest Lighthouse Keeper and How to Catch a Falling Star. She often collaborates with her husband, illustrator Dan Howarth.Daniel Howarth has illustrated a number of successful children's books, charming young audiences with his mesmerising artwork. He lives with his wife, two children and beloved d...
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Title:Storytime: The Otter Who Loved To Hold HandsFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:24 pages, 11.12 × 10.12 × 0.38 inPublished:July 29, 2014Publisher:QED PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1609924665

ISBN - 13:9781609924669

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adorable I used this book to help with a few students that were having a hard time saying goodbye to their parents in the morning. The kids were so interested in the story we ended up doing an entire project on Otters.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not what i expected I got it as a gift and thought that it was a cute looking book but after reading it my pretty independent kiddo went from going to bed on her own to demanding that we hold her hand......... which is the exact opposite story the book tried to tell... that the little otter let go and was happier ;) oh well, not we make up our own story because it didn't really apply to us
Date published: 2017-03-11