Volume Four, A Time to Be BraveBook - 2007
The fourth graphic novel in the award-winning, all-ages series tells the story of new visitor to the forest. He may be misunderstood because of how he looks, but things aren't always what they seem, and everyone soon finds out that the power of friendship can fix just about anything. Relying on a mixture of symbols, icons and expressions to tell his silent stories, Andy Runton's clean, animated and heartwarming style makes it a perfect read for anyone who's a fan of Jeff Smith's Bone or Mike Kunkel's Herobear and the Kid. Already winning fans around the world, Owly is not to be missed.
Baker & Taylor
Presents the silent graphic novel adventures of a cute owl named Owly, who wishes to make friends with the other animals in the forest.
When a new visitor enters the forest, he is misunderstood because of his appearance, but things aren't always as they seem, and everyone soon finds out that the power of friendship can fix just about anything. Original.
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In the first book Owly want to pour food for the birds but the birds fly away because they are scared of him and even though owly pours the food for the birds he is sad and then he sees lights in the distance and when he walked over he saw it was fireflies trapped in a jar and owly lets them out and the fireflies fly away. by michael
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