Megan Owlet Children’s Book Review

Megan Owlet, written by Beth Anne Maresca

First, how absolutely adorable is this book cover?!?!  Doesn’t little Megan just scream adorable?!?  Megan Owlet is a cute little story of how important family support is in your life. With the support of family you can do ANYTHING!!

Megan loves watching and supporting her 3 older brothers. She goes to their basketball games; she cheers them on.  But, she’s not interested in playing basketball.

Megan goes to all their Karate meets and cheers the loudest, but again Karate just isn’t for her.

When Megan decides that she wants to dance; she finds out that dancing isn’t as easy as it looks. Her brothers come to Megan’s rescue.

I love the fact that this book sends such a strong family message! No matter how young (or old) you are show your family how much you love and support them.

Megan Owlet doesn’t want to play basketball, learn karate, or practice the violin. Every day she goes and cheers her brothers on as they participate in their own activities, but one morning she wakes up and realizes she’s bored! It’s time for Megan to find something of her own to do. After an unsuccessful brainstorming session with her animal friends, Megan stumbles upon a dance studio, and with an excited screech she begins to dream big dreams of whirls and twirls. Dancing is trickier than Megan expected, but with a little help from her brothers, Megan can do anything!

From debut author and illustrator Beth Anne Maresca, Megan Owlet teaches children to pursue their own dreams and to be brave in making them happen. This is a story about love, support, and family, and parents and children alike will be enchanted by its heartwarming ending and beautiful watercolor illustrations.


First Megan Owletis a super cute book with adorable illustrations. Alice LOVES the story and illustrations. AND it’s about family!! What is there to whine about!?!?

Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Format: Dust-jacketed hardcover sized 8.3 x 10.4 inches. 32 pages, full color. 1632204045
Publication date: April 7, 2015.
Target age range: 3 – 5 years old



  • Tamra Phelps

    It looks like such a great message for kids! It’s not just for girls, I would say, since boys can learn to support their sisters from it!

  • Dee Lafrenz

    What a positive message to give to children. Start them off on the right track, and instill family values that will stay with them forever. Thank You for this review!

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