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eBook Owly, Vol. 5: Tiny Tales (v. 5) ePub
Author: Andy Runton
Language: English
ISBN: 1603090193
ISBN13: 978-1603090193
Publisher: Top Shelf Productions; First Printing edition (October 23, 2008)
Pages: 144
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 826
Formats: doc mbr lrf lit
ePub file: 1169 kb
Fb2 file: 1831 kb

Andy Runton, Owly: Tiny Tales (Top Shelf, 2008).

Andy Runton, Owly: Tiny Tales (Top Shelf, 2008). Owly is one of the great, mostly unheralded, treasures of graphic novel-dom this decade, and Runton's fifth Owly book is just as enchanting as those that came before it. Tiny Tales collects a number of short, previously uncollected Owly stories from various publications, ranging from one-page quickies to the novella-length "Splashin' Around" and "Helping Hands". Runton also includes a short section in the back of the book on the evolution of Owly, which is precious (and I mean that in the best of ways).

Andy Runton's Owly Volume 5: Tiny Tales by Andy Runton is a popular book for ALL AGES. This book talks about the kindness of this kind owl named Owly and his pal Wormy about their tiny tales! I picked up this book because I wanted to continue the Owly series. I finished this book because I can't let go of the book. They take about twenty minutes each, tops, and not only are Owly and friends super cute, but Andy Runton creates such simply, charming stories with his wonderful illustrations

Andy Runton's Owly Volume 5: Tiny Tales by Andy Runton is a popular book for ALL AGES. They take about twenty minutes each, tops, and not only are Owly and friends super cute, but Andy Runton creates such simply, charming stories with his wonderful illustrations.

Book in the Owly Series). The fifth graphic novel in the amazing all-ages Owly series, Tiny Tales kicks off with a brand-new Owly adventure, and also collects the very first, out-of-print Owly stories from the original mini-comics, as well as the out-of-print Free Comic Book Day stories "Splashin' Around," "Breakin' the Ice," and "Helping Hands.

The fifth graphic novel in the amazing all-ages OWLY series, TINY TALES, collects the very first out-of-print OWLY stories from the original mini-comics, as well as the out-of-print Free Comic Book Day stories SPLASHIN' AROUND, BREAKIN' THE ICE, and HELPING HANDS, and also includes lots of cool bonus material, including a Sketchbook Section as well as . 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 Dave Pilkey's Captain Underpants.

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The fifth graphic novel in the amazing all-ages Owly series, Tiny Tales kicks off with a brand-new Owly adventure, and also collects the very first, out-of-print Owly stories from the original mini-comics, as well as the out-of-print Free Comic Book Day stories "Splashin' Around," "Breakin' the Ice," and "Helping Hands." Other bonus material includes a Sketchbook and "How To Draw Owly" sections.
Nea
Owly Volume 5: Tiny Tales (Owly (Graphic Novels)) (v. 5) is a collection of Owly stories by Andy Runton. As a fan of Owly and his friends, this puts together a lot of Owly stories (11 in total) never before seen in the other volumes. It also features sections in the end on: how Owly came to be, how Andy ended up with the wordless comic series, and how to draw Owly. If you're an Owly fan like me and my family, then you shouldn't miss buying this great book to add to your collection! It's well worth the price, I'm actually surprised Andy sold it for so little when I'm sure Owly fans everywhere will be willing to pay more for the treasure trove that's inside.
Kirizan
We bought this after borrowing it from the library. Owly is a great comic to introduce kids to comics and encourage reading. It's also fun, well-written, and visually appealing.
Macage
The Owly graphic novel series would probably be enjoyed most at ages 5-8yrs.
It could be used, at any age, as a teaching tool in story writing, as there is an absence of text.
It could be used, at any age, as a teaching tool in Art, as a perfect example of how a picture can tell a story.
And finally, each story is an adventure about making good choices.
I have bought all in the series.
I can't wait to read his work for K-3!
komandante
"Short stories," if you will, from owlmeister Andy Runton. From birdbath building contests to ice break rescues, to broken flower arrangements, to hostile hummingbirds, these characters handle each adventure with real emotion and creative problem-solving. Should be "read" by all ages.
Urreur
Love Owley cute!
DrayLOVE
Volume 5 is a collection of mostly very short (tiny?) stories originally published in Free Comic Book Day giveaways and other promotional or hard to find locations. At the end of the book is a nice little look at the creation of the Owly character including some of the original drawings and stories as Runton was fleshing out Owly and his world. I found that part very interesting. If nothing else you need to own this so you can see pictures of Wormy using a floatation device so he can swim. Maybe the cutest thing ever in a comic!
Alianyau
Andy Runton, Owly: Tiny Tales (Top Shelf, 2008)

Owly is one of the great, mostly unheralded, treasures of graphic novel-dom this decade, and Runton's fifth Owly book is just as enchanting as those that came before it. Tiny Tales collects a number of short, previously uncollected Owly stories from various publications, ranging from one-page quickies to the novella-length "Splashin' Around" and "Helping Hands". Runton also includes a short section in the back of the book on the evolution of Owly, which is precious (and I mean that in the best of ways). While I appreciate (and, in fact, dearly love) gritty, realistic graphic novelists like Brian Azzarello, Garth Ennis, Brian K. Vaughan, etc., I am equally wowed by the bucolic, escapist wonder that is Owly. If you haven't yet found your way into his world, I suggest you do so at your earliest opportunity. ****
Owly is the friendliest owl ever.
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