“We love to learn about creation, it helps us become wise. God’s nature is all around us if we look through heaven’s eyes.”

An animated series from Thomas and Julie Boto; Owlegories was created because they desired a fun, yet enlightening way to teach their children about our great God and His amazing love for us. It is more so for the 8 year old and younger age group.

At the beginning of each story four owl hatchlings give you the scripture of the day and the episode’s title. We find in the Owlogy 101 classroom; Joey, Nora, Violet, Gus and Twitch, who first quote the Owl Pledge, then are sent on daily adventures by Professor Allister to walk out the scripture of the day. Within each adventure, our owl explorers find their plans challenged by Fink, a nervous hummingbird and a conspiring owl named Devlin—whose tricks are always thwarted by the professor.

Each episode ends with a Recap the hatchlings reiterate which is further followed by a more indepth explanation by a pastor or author.

Owlegories reminds me of the good old days when cartoon animation was simple, fun and had a basic storyline. A great children’s object lesson that parents can truly appreciate.

We found this treasure on Amazon Prime. One your children will find educational and are sure to enjoy.

Therefore, we give Owlegories

Rating: 5 out of 5.

For more information please go to Owlegories.com.

May the Blessings of the LORD be with you today and always. Thank you for your continued readership and support. Until next week….Blessings and Peace! 

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