My children thought this story very funny, the idea of a musical bottom appealed to them. The author's idea of asking us to draw the pictures was OK. We had fun with that, but the results not good enough and I think the story would benefit from some quirky illustrations. Now we are having fun finding and listening to the music. In that respect the story is quite educational.
This is a lovely illustrated book about barn owls and the house they share with a family. The children in the story watch the owls come and go and learn all about them, certainly things we did not know, especially the chance of survival for Toliman, the youngest of the four owl chicks which hatch in owl box at the end of barn they live in.