The owl who didn't give a hoot is a compilation of four stories where Robert Fisher and Betty Kelly remind to the inner child of everyone some of the ideas we have lost in our journey by the adult age. Their protagonists are an owl and a duck that can't utter what the owls and the +ducks are meant to say, a cuckoo that wants to posses anhoter bird's voice, a little butterfly that has to take the most advantage of mhis only day of life and a whippet lady dog that fears everything. Written as fables, these stories help us to identify our fears, longings and doubts. By reading them we inevitably arrive to reflection. Their message is simple: if we fill ourselves with love, there'll not be space for hate. A seemingly simple but often forgotten teaching.