When you go owling, you have to be quiet. You can’t yell, talk, or even whisper. But you can make owl noises, and if you’re patient, the owl just might hoot back. In this beautifully illustrated book, a young girl goes owling with her father for the first time. It’s cold and snowy, and the forest can be scary, but you have to be brave when you go owling. At first, when her father hoots, there is no response. But after they trudge through the snow and hoot many times, their patience finally pays off when they hear a hoot in return. Not only do they get to hear the owl, but he flies right up to them!