Frog and Toad get a lot of credit, but Owl at Home, I'm afraid, gets sadly overlooked.

@rachel owl is goals. I like to imagine he hung out with Frog and Toad

@photophoregirl he tells himself sad stories to make teardrop tea

@InternetEh Not sure how i bumbled in here but seeing this post somehow reminds me of the Wind In The Willows book

@InternetEh I liked this post so much that I immediately bought the book for my kid, so thanks.

@InternetEh Owl At Home is an amazing work imo, harsh as fuck, the depiction of utter loneliness and descent into borderline paranoia is painfully precise, it speaks to me closely and it's an ... interesting choice for a children book, let's say 😂

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