Oro, a little owl, is the only bird in the foster kennel. He does not understand why he is so different from the dogs and cats who are his friends. Although he can fly, he cannot howl like his friends.
One day Oro sets out on an adventure to discover who he really is. He asks his friends for help, and Acey, a brave dog, decides to go along. Oro asks many animals who he might be. Can the squirrel or the elephant help him understand himself? Is he a feathery creature, a silent night, or a spy with big eyes? With the help of many new friends, Oro soon learns that what matters most is not what others think of him, but what he thinks of himself--and with this knowledge, he can have the confidence to be who he wants to be.
This children’s book tells the story of a little owl who embarks on a quest to learn who he really is and finds out what really matters along the way.