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Owly, Vol. 1: The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer (edition 2004)

by Andy Runton

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Title:Owly, Vol. 1: The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer
Authors:Andy Runton
Info:Top Shelf Productions (2004), Edition: First Printing, Paperback, 160 pages
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Owly Volume 1: The Way Home & The Bittersweet Summer by Andy Runton

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Despite its simplicity, this graphic novel is not aimed at the younger set, but is a book for all age groups. Almost entirely devoid of words, the charm of this series rests in the simple illustrations. Do not rush through the novel – take time to savor the drawings. The deep friendship between Owly and Wormy develops gradually but firmly. In the second story, the duo befriends a couple of humming birds. Through these woodland creatures, Andy Runton has shown what it takes to be a friend and keep a friend, and that friendship continues even when friends are separated. ( )
  Maydacat | Jul 18, 2016 |
This graphic novel has very little words, It just shows how the owl just wanted to make friends through bubbly illustrations. This is a story about friendship and having to let them go when they have to leave. ( )
  TSouza | Apr 10, 2016 |
This is one of the most adorable graphic novels I have ever read. There is very little text here and the story telling relies almost entirely on illustration. The illustration style fits the light hearted tone of the stories.
Owly is a little owl who wants to make friends. In the first story, many creatures are frightened off by Owly's appearance, eventually he meets Wormy and finally makes a friend. In the second story Owly and Wormy make two more frinds, Tiny and Angel, two hummingbirds. The stories both revolve around the lesson of loving someone enough to let them go. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
This is one of the most adorable graphic novels I have ever read. There is very little text here and the story telling relies almost entirely on illustration. The illustration style fits the light hearted tone of the stories.
Owly is a little owl who wants to make friends. In the first story, many creatures are frightened off by Owly's appearance, eventually he meets Wormy and finally makes a friend. In the second story Owly and Wormy make two more frinds, Tiny and Angel, two hummingbirds. The stories both revolve around the lesson of loving someone enough to let them go. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
This is one of the most adorable graphic novels I have ever read. There is very little text here and the story telling relies almost entirely on illustration. The illustration style fits the light hearted tone of the stories.
Owly is a little owl who wants to make friends. In the first story, many creatures are frightened off by Owly's appearance, eventually he meets Wormy and finally makes a friend. In the second story Owly and Wormy make two more frinds, Tiny and Angel, two hummingbirds. The stories both revolve around the lesson of loving someone enough to let them go. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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Owly is an adorable puffball of a bird. He’s almost all eyes, and yet, with a few twists of line, Andy Runton manages to convey an extensive variety of emotion, including optimism, disappointment, concern, loneliness, and friendship.
 
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Owly and Wormy enjoy bird watching and befriend Tiny and Angel, two hummingbirds who come to drink nectar from the flowers that Wormy has planted. Owly is a kind, yet lonely, little owl who's always on the lookout for new friends and adventure. The first graphic novel in the series contains two enchanting novellas: the Way Home and the Bittersweet Summer, wherein Owly discovers the meaning of friendship and that saying goodbye doesn't always mean forever.… (more)

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