When Little Owl Met Little Rabbit

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Product Details
$17.95  $16.69
Floris Books
Publish Date
10.0 X 11.2 X 0.4 inches | 1.25 pounds
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About the Author
Przemyslaw Wechterowicz is a poet, children's playwright and picture book author from Poland. His books have won prestigious awards both in Poland and internationally, and his work has been translated into many languages. Emilia Dziubak is an award-winning artist and children's book illustrator from Poland. She is the illustrator of USBBY-honored The House of Lost and Found, as well as Little Pearl and Dreams of Near and Far, also co-created with Martin Widmark.

'Dziubak creates a lush, intricately developed forest world that plays the sunlight of Little Rabbit's daytime world off the moonlight and warm interior glow of Little Owl's nocturnal life.'--Publishers Weekly, STARRED REVIEW

'This endearing picture book reads aloud beautifully and has broad appeal for children.'--Booklist, STARRED REVIEW

'Glowing illustrations with lively natural details and sprays of stars ensure continual engagement in this cozy, dreamy tale.'--Foreword Reviews

'Cute characters, stylised scenery, and sweet details.'
- Armadillo

'True camaraderie beats out even bedtime in this charming friendship tale.'
- Kirkus

'The illustrations are softly magical, especially under moonlight. Little Owl and Little Rabbit are adorably cute as they play in the dreamy nighttime world.'
- Youth Services Book Review

'Such a lovely story and perfect for bedtime. The words seem to come out as a gentle, soothing whisper in the way the story is written. The illustrations are cosy and homely with a bountiful brown and dark green palette with hints of light and glimmers of stars that contrast beautifully.'
- Busy Busy Learning

Praise for Emilia Dziubak:

'Pages boast dark, richly detailed illustrations aglow with deftly conjured light.' - Booklist on The House of Lost and Found

'Widmark's melancholy story about loneliness gains atmosphere and, ultimately, lift from Dziubak's beautiful illustrations, hand-drawn using colored pencils. Children will pore over the details and delight as Niles banishes murky darkness with light.' - Kirkus Reviews on The House of Lost and Found

'Surreal adventures are brought to life in Dziubak's stunning, colored pencil illustrations. With dark backgrounds showcasing bright botanical and floral details, the intriguing scenes have a classically romantic appearance.' - School Library Journal on Little Pearl

'The soft, detailed illustrations feel misty and magical, and the format cleverly resembles a well-worn scrapbook. An enchanting examination of heartbreak, love, and home.' - Booklist on Dreams of Near and Far