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Owl Know How

May 3, 2012 by Kat in Books and Music, Latest with 0 Comments

Owl Know How (Thames and Hudson) is a beautifully shot picture book. Featuring the creations of Cat Rabbit and Isobel Knowles it is a tale of solving problems, the kind of problems that need the help of owls.

The illustrations are photographs of the felt characters in their cardboard city which gives rise to lots of creative ideas for junk modelling. The book even contains a pattern for you to create your own owl.

It’s published in Australia and although not yet available in the UK you can buy a signed copy along with characters from the book from the Owl Know How Etsy store.

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