License the Friendly Face of Whootie Owl
A uniquely kid-friendly character. Representing the best we give kids.
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Why license Whootie Owl?
The character uniquely represents top-notch stories (cool for kids)
that deliver themes of positive behaviors (cool for adults). The owl has symbolized wisdom in fairytales
and folk tales throughout the ages. Adorable Whootie Owl is the healthy mascot for today's kids.
Did you know:
- Whootie Owl's stories have been recommended by Disney, The New York Times on the Web,
Scholastic.com, The Highlights for Children web site, and USAToday (in print and online).
- Whootie Owl's name and face is associated with stories and play scripts used and performend
in thousands of schools nationwide.
- Whootie Owl's web site attracts over a million hits a month.
- Kids love Whootie Owl! See for yourself click here.
About the creator and owner of Whootie Owl
The image and character of Whootie Owl
was created and is owned by Elaine L. Lindy, president of Whootie Owl International, an 8-year-old
company based in Newton, Massachusetts. More
- Articles written by Elaine L. Lindy
- National reading conferences featuring Elaine L. Lindy
call toll-free: 1-877-WHOOTIE (946-6843)
by mail: Licensing Department
Whootie Owl International
PO Box 600344
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Articles by Elaine L. Lindy:
"The Power of Storytelling"
--March 2000, The National Parenting Center
"Using Fairy Tales to Debate Ethics"
--November 2000, Education World
"Folktales of Cooperation for Your K-3 Class"
--April 2000, Education World, April 2000
"Secrets from Sales to Boost Your Parenting Skills"
--May 2000, The National Parenting Center
"The Ethics of Birthday Party Invitations"
--May 2000, The National Parenting Center,
"Three Ways to Make Values Last at Your School"
--October 2000, Education World
--Spring 2000, Character, published by the Boston University Center for the Advancement
of Ethics and Character
--May 2000, published by Values in Action
National Reading Conferences:
Connecticut Reading Association - 2003; 2004
Keystone State Reading Association Conference (PA) - 2004
Massachusetts Title 1 Conference - 2003; 2004; 2005
Massachusetts Reading Association Conference - 2005
Michigan Reading Association Conference - 2004
New Jersey Educational Association Conference - 2005
New York State Reading Association Conference - 2004
©Copyright 1998-2006 Elaine Lindy -- All rights reserved.
"Absolutely Whootie: Stories to Grow By -- Fairytales & Folk Tales that Help Kids Grow"
mailing address: P.O. Box 600344 / Newtonville, MA 02460-0004
Phone toll-free: 1-877-WHOOTIE (946-6843)