Owly: The Way Home and the Bittersweet Summer

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Top Shelf Productions, Sep 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 157 pages
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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.

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

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 ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jdwalker - LibraryThing

Owly begins this story alone and looking for a friend. Every time he tries to help others, they leave and he is left alone. Owly finally finds a worm friend. The second part of this book is about Owly ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Andy Runton has always loved to draw. After college, he began a career in corporate America, but left when he decided to follow his heart (and love of comic books). He hasn't looked back. Andy's artwork portrays his affection for wildlife, especially little birds. He says he is happiest when he's outside under a big Georgia sky. He lives in the greater-Atlanta area where he works full-time on Owly comics, books, and graphic novels. Visit him online at AndyRunton.com.

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