Andy Runton #2
Creator of the award-winning Owly series
This doodle features Owly and Wormy with their new friend, Batty, who stars in Andy's upcoming 2nd Owly kids book from Simon & Schuster.
The Owly series: Winner of the 2006 Eisner Award for "Best Publication For A Younger Audience"; Winner of the 2006 Ignatz Award for "Outstanding Series"; Winner of the 2005 Harvey Award for "Best New Talent";
Recipient of the Howard E. Day Memorial Prize.
If you haven't tried Owly yet, pick up a graphic novel, and see for yourself why over 60,000 graphic novel and 100,000 comic book fans have fallen in love with this breakout, all-ages series by Andy Runton.
Owly is a kind-hearted little owl who knows what it means to be human. Although the stories are silent, Andy uses a mixture of symbols and expressions to tell animated and heartwarming stories that are
perfect for the entire family.
Andy's artwork portrays his affection for wildlife, especially little birds. He feels happiest when he's outside, under the Georgia sky. He currently resides in the greater-Atlanta area where he works full-time on his
Owly comics, books, and graphic novels.
Andy's new book, "Owly & Wormy, Bright Lights and Starry Nights"
will be released on November 13, 2012. Owly and Wormy's
new friend, Batty, stars in this one.
Andy and Owly travel all over in search of new friends and adventures. For their 2011 tour schedule and LOTS of other goodies, visit Andy Runton's Official Website
Please be aware that, while we are extremely careful with the doodles, the two-way mailing process and the Doodler's handling may result in minor imperfections such as frayed edges, bent corners, smudges,
indents, and slight creases.
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About Doodle Day and NF Network
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, an organization dedicated to providing support to individuals and families affected by neurofibromatosis (NF).
Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that affects one in every 2,500 births. NF is more common than Cystic Fibrosis, Muscular Dystrophy and Huntington's Disease combined. Funds raised from the Doodle Day auction will go to support education, advocacy, coalitions, and research for treatments and a cure.
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