Narrative Non-Fiction (Quick, easy read for ages juvenile to adult) A heartwarming story of trust, love, respect and the gift of gratitude. 2017 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS WINNER - Animals/Pets: Narrative Non-Fiction 2017 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Bronze Medal Winner - Non-Fiction/Animals 2017 BEST BOOK AWARDS FINALIST - Animal/Pets Narrative Non-Fiction Cheryl Aguiar rescues a pair of Great Horned Owl babies after tragedy leaves the family home. The frightened young owlets are left stranded on the ground, unable to defend themselves from predators that roam the woods. Cheryl, with the help of her husband Jim attempt the dangerous task of relocating the owlets and provide the family with a new home. Surprisingly, these Great Horned Owls, also known as raptors with a reputation of being extremely aggressive show a different side when faced with sudden adversity. Cheryl shares her emotions in this personal narrative as she observes this family and witnesses these two adorable owlets grow and experience life in the wild. She documents the details of the rescue, the journey of the two owlets which she names Wisdom and Willow, and the heartwarming outcome of a courageous and remarkable rescue. Cheryl has always had a strong connection with wildlife and a great love for exploring nature. Her devotion and determination to help this family of owls turns out to be one of the most gratifying decisions she has ever made. Through this experience, she learns the struggles of survival, the amazing bond of a family and the gift of gratitude. What makes this story special is to see how animals and humans from two different walks of life can co-exist and discover that we are not so different after all. By trusting each other, working together and showing each other respect, the family of owls allow her into their lives; now, they have become a part of hers. Together, Cheryl, her family and these magnificent birds have proven ever more, the statement... Where There's a Will, There's a Way.