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The second companion book to the New York Times bestselling series, the LOST TALES reveals never-before-told stories of the Great Tree! Guided by the Knower, Otulissa has studied long in the libraries of the Others; she has probed the ancient lore of the strange and powerful dire wolves of the Beyond. And at the Great Ga'Hoole tree itself she has uncovered secret histories The second companion book to the New York Times bestselling series, the LOST TALES reveals never-before-told stories of the Great Tree! Guided by the Knower, Otulissa has studied long in the libraries of the Others; she has probed the ancient lore of the strange and powerful dire wolves of the Beyond. And at the Great Ga'Hoole tree itself she has uncovered secret histories of Guardians she thought she knew well! Attention Dear Reader! Great mysteries will be revealed to the attuned mind in these last Lost Tales of the Great Tree!


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The second companion book to the New York Times bestselling series, the LOST TALES reveals never-before-told stories of the Great Tree! Guided by the Knower, Otulissa has studied long in the libraries of the Others; she has probed the ancient lore of the strange and powerful dire wolves of the Beyond. And at the Great Ga'Hoole tree itself she has uncovered secret histories The second companion book to the New York Times bestselling series, the LOST TALES reveals never-before-told stories of the Great Tree! Guided by the Knower, Otulissa has studied long in the libraries of the Others; she has probed the ancient lore of the strange and powerful dire wolves of the Beyond. And at the Great Ga'Hoole tree itself she has uncovered secret histories of Guardians she thought she knew well! Attention Dear Reader! Great mysteries will be revealed to the attuned mind in these last Lost Tales of the Great Tree!

30 review for Lost Tales Of Ga'Hoole

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    Reading a book by Kathryn Lasky has long been on my list of things to do. But because she mainly writes series and some of them are long, I had not started yet because I did not want to get sucked in. When this collection of short stories became available I pounced at the opportunity. I was not disappointed. This collection of stories shows a breadth and depth of life in the Owl world created by Lasky. The stories in this collection are: The Snowy Sisters Fritha's Painted Past Uglamore Redeemed Brot Reading a book by Kathryn Lasky has long been on my list of things to do. But because she mainly writes series and some of them are long, I had not started yet because I did not want to get sucked in. When this collection of short stories became available I pounced at the opportunity. I was not disappointed. This collection of stories shows a breadth and depth of life in the Owl world created by Lasky. The stories in this collection are: The Snowy Sisters Fritha's Painted Past Uglamore Redeemed Brothers Brave and Blustery A Secret in Braithe's Gizzard Cleve's Sorrow With a greeting from Soren, the Monarch of the great tree of Ga'Hoole, and an afterwards by Otulissa, the historian of the great tree, this collection will entertain, enlighten and challenge readers. I think what I loved best about this collection is that even though these are stories about Owl society, each has a lesson we can learn from, some we will draw courage from, some we will be challenged by, and some will just entertain. But each of these stories has lessons that can be transposed to our own lives and our development into learning to be better at being. And maybe that is the secret to the popularity of these books and the movie; they challenge the reader to think, and if the reader is open, to being changed for the better. The stories in this collection are so well written, I have moved reading the whole Gardians of Ga'Hoole series and the Wolves of the Beyond series towards the top of my to read pile. Both series are set in the same world, and if they are as good as this collection of short stories, they will be great reads. I for one will be return to the Northern and Southern kingdoms in these stories again soon. Read the review and with links to other reviews of books by the author on my blog Book Reviews and More. And also an author profile and interview with Kathryn Lasky.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Luke Farr

    Likely this was the most charming way possible to end such a long and enjoyable book series. Delving into the past of a selection of side characters helped to round out the world of Ga'Hoole, and offer a certain amount of closure to readers missing the books after the end of the series. I cannot recommend this book enough to Ga'Hoole fans. Likely this was the most charming way possible to end such a long and enjoyable book series. Delving into the past of a selection of side characters helped to round out the world of Ga'Hoole, and offer a certain amount of closure to readers missing the books after the end of the series. I cannot recommend this book enough to Ga'Hoole fans.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Peter.b

    This is a special edition book for the Guardians of Ga'hoole and the writer of the book is lead by a girl owl who is about to be a mother, called Otulissa, who is telling stories about different owls of the Great Tree who told it themselves. The last story of the book was not told or written by Otulissa, but by her mate, Cleve, who told of the story of his lost brother and how he died. This is a nice special edition book because it tell stories of other owls in one book for the first time. My fav This is a special edition book for the Guardians of Ga'hoole and the writer of the book is lead by a girl owl who is about to be a mother, called Otulissa, who is telling stories about different owls of the Great Tree who told it themselves. The last story of the book was not told or written by Otulissa, but by her mate, Cleve, who told of the story of his lost brother and how he died. This is a nice special edition book because it tell stories of other owls in one book for the first time. My favorite part of the book would be when Otulissa talked to the reader near the end of the book and talked about the Guardians of Ga'Hoole and told us to believe in yourself (I think). Also, Otulissa said to be more like a guardian and be more trustful. This book's genre is fantasy because the stories can't be true. I recommend it to people who like animals and noble deeds that can be challenged by any being, but also to those who like stories and the suspense that they had. I hope you enjoyed this reading and be sure to read anytime. Reading Rules!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Willis

    I've read the whole Ga'Hoole series (there are 15 of them) in order to know what my 10 year old daughter is reading. She loves them and they are great for kids. There is fighting and death among the owl characters so you probably wouldn't want a child that is too young reading them. This is a collection of stories based on different characters in the series. You'll like this book if you love the series because it fills in more details on some of the characters. It doesn't really fit in with the I've read the whole Ga'Hoole series (there are 15 of them) in order to know what my 10 year old daughter is reading. She loves them and they are great for kids. There is fighting and death among the owl characters so you probably wouldn't want a child that is too young reading them. This is a collection of stories based on different characters in the series. You'll like this book if you love the series because it fills in more details on some of the characters. It doesn't really fit in with the broad story going on the 15 book series so maybe that's why I didn't like it as much as the series itself.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Romke

    Basically, after the first three installments of the Guardians series, every new books has been pretty much the same as the rest: bad owls gather, good owls find out way too late, epic batle where good owls are outnumbered but better fighters, they win. The Lost Tales is a bit special in that it doesn't continue the overall Guardians storyline much, but consists of six individual stories relating mostly to some exploit of a secondary character. So no epic battles, but for the rest it is, like I s Basically, after the first three installments of the Guardians series, every new books has been pretty much the same as the rest: bad owls gather, good owls find out way too late, epic batle where good owls are outnumbered but better fighters, they win. The Lost Tales is a bit special in that it doesn't continue the overall Guardians storyline much, but consists of six individual stories relating mostly to some exploit of a secondary character. So no epic battles, but for the rest it is, like I said, more of the same. That doesn't make it a bad book: I enjoyed reading it. But it's not anything to get excited about. TL;DR: decent read, but don't expect too much.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angela Solon

    The Pllouck sister's were my favorite 😁 The Pllouck sister's were my favorite 😁

  7. 5 out of 5

    Twyla

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My favorite of the stories was probably the one about Twilight's two brothers in the desert. My least favorite was either Fritha's story or Cleve's story. I still enjoyed all of the stories. My favorite of the stories was probably the one about Twilight's two brothers in the desert. My least favorite was either Fritha's story or Cleve's story. I still enjoyed all of the stories.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    The first & last stories were especially good. I loved the epilogue at the end 😊

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Jackson

    the book was amazing, but it had many spoilers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Katelyn

    Loved getting to see new parts of the stories.

  11. 5 out of 5

    pcc404

    great!

  12. 5 out of 5

    empressofeverything

    The last story is a blatant rip off of ASOIAF and I was not expecting that in a kid’s book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cara

    I'm so sad to see this wonderful series end! I thought this was a nice collaboration of stories to fill in some of the gaps about characters that we met in the main series. I have to say my favorites were tie between Tavis and Cletus' stories and Braithe's. (view spoiler)[ How cool is it that Braithe is Eyzlryb's grandson! I wanted him and Lil to have a chick every since I read his story, but it didn't mention them laying an egg together. (hide spoiler)] All and all, a wonderful set of six short s I'm so sad to see this wonderful series end! I thought this was a nice collaboration of stories to fill in some of the gaps about characters that we met in the main series. I have to say my favorites were tie between Tavis and Cletus' stories and Braithe's. (view spoiler)[ How cool is it that Braithe is Eyzlryb's grandson! I wanted him and Lil to have a chick every since I read his story, but it didn't mention them laying an egg together. (hide spoiler)] All and all, a wonderful set of six short stories to get to know more about the owls we met.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline Nieto

    "Guardians of Ga'hoole" is a book that tells the story of the guardians of the Great Ga'Hoole Tree. The guardians of the great tree are owls, and the story of the lives they lived before becoming guardians is told by the tree's young historian named Otulissa. I believe this book would be best suited for young readers at the age of nine and older. I really enjoyed the sense of adventure this book invokes in its readers. "Guardians of Ga'hoole" is a book that tells the story of the guardians of the Great Ga'Hoole Tree. The guardians of the great tree are owls, and the story of the lives they lived before becoming guardians is told by the tree's young historian named Otulissa. I believe this book would be best suited for young readers at the age of nine and older. I really enjoyed the sense of adventure this book invokes in its readers.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tycjan Wisniewski

    Amazing to find out how the side-characters find their place in this wonderful story universe. With small stories (about 30 pages per character) it won't tire, it's feels like quick summaries of big stories! Honestly, some of these stories are richer then some books in this series *cough cough The Shattering Cough Cough* and feel completely compatible with the main book series. If you liked the rest of the Ga'Hoole series, you'll love this one. Amazing to find out how the side-characters find their place in this wonderful story universe. With small stories (about 30 pages per character) it won't tire, it's feels like quick summaries of big stories! Honestly, some of these stories are richer then some books in this series *cough cough The Shattering Cough Cough* and feel completely compatible with the main book series. If you liked the rest of the Ga'Hoole series, you'll love this one.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    I loved the book! The stories detailed in this book are barely scratching the surface of the many secrets hidden inside the owls of Ga'Hoole. I think that these stories may be made into something more in another special book (not of the current series). These hidden tales tell of Madame Plonk's relationship with the Rogue Smith of Silverveil, Twilight's hero brothers, and Uglamore's tracking Coryn on his journey. I greatly recommend this book to owl lovers and, of course, GoG'H lovers. I loved the book! The stories detailed in this book are barely scratching the surface of the many secrets hidden inside the owls of Ga'Hoole. I think that these stories may be made into something more in another special book (not of the current series). These hidden tales tell of Madame Plonk's relationship with the Rogue Smith of Silverveil, Twilight's hero brothers, and Uglamore's tracking Coryn on his journey. I greatly recommend this book to owl lovers and, of course, GoG'H lovers.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Annika

    I LOVED this book because you get an insight on some of the characters at the great tree. The book was quite fasinating as it cleared up some things about the owls' pasts. 5 star rating, of course! I LOVED this book because you get an insight on some of the characters at the great tree. The book was quite fasinating as it cleared up some things about the owls' pasts. 5 star rating, of course!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carina

    This is an awsome book of Guardians of Ga'hoole short storie, and they realy connect to the main books. I like how Otulissa narrates the book and how she always interupts Cleve, her mate. I do recamend this book, but you should probably read the main seris first. This is an awsome book of Guardians of Ga'hoole short storie, and they realy connect to the main books. I like how Otulissa narrates the book and how she always interupts Cleve, her mate. I do recamend this book, but you should probably read the main seris first.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gisele

    I love this book and the fascination in owls. This book left me in so many emotions, sad, happy... One of tales made me cry it was humiliating because I was reading it in class:O next one made me... Just read it yourself you won't regret it!!!!!!! :D I love this book and the fascination in owls. This book left me in so many emotions, sad, happy... One of tales made me cry it was humiliating because I was reading it in class:O next one made me... Just read it yourself you won't regret it!!!!!!! :D

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elise

    I liked this one because of it's new stories of some of my favorite characters, like Twilight's brothers and others. I liked this one because of it's new stories of some of my favorite characters, like Twilight's brothers and others.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Darren

    Interesting to get more info on some of the characters. My favorite is the one about Braithe's heritage. Now I'll have to start Wolves of the Beyond. Interesting to get more info on some of the characters. My favorite is the one about Braithe's heritage. Now I'll have to start Wolves of the Beyond.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    A few short stories about Ga'Hoole characters. A few short stories about Ga'Hoole characters.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS SERIES! I'm SO sad that I'm done with it! I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS SERIES! I'm SO sad that I'm done with it!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Spencer Murphy

    It is a must read. It was very exciting, and I sat at the edge of my chair while reading. Loved the book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mckenzie 11-12

    this book was ok it wasnt the best but i love owls!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Has some nice stories about secondary characters, but is mostly unnecessary.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Beka

    Each chapter is a peek into a little known, but much loved character from the series. A definite must read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Enisi

    Good

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie Stokes

    I loved reading more about some of the lesser known characters and hearing the motivations behind the ones we do know.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Luis

    Yeah.... Kind of read the entire series in elementary school... Don't recommend it unless you like really short books about owls. Yeah.... Kind of read the entire series in elementary school... Don't recommend it unless you like really short books about owls.

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