With a rhyming text that rolls off the tongue accompanied by beautiful illustrations, this book follows Little Owl on a magical night filled with shooting stars. As other animals settle down to sleep, Little Owl swoops around the sky, blowing out the stars to make way for the arrival of the sun and a new morning. When the other animals stir from their beds, it’s time for Little Owl to fly home to get some sleep.
About the Author
Karl Newson writes for the children’s book blog The Mudwaffler and contributes to The Creative Attic, an online publication of illustrated poetry. He is the author of For All the Stars Across the Sky,The Same But Different Too, and A Bear Is a Bear (except when he’s not). He lives in England.
MigyBlanco spent ten years working in advertising and editorial illustration before moving to Buenos Aires, where he began illustrating children’s books, including Cinderella’s Stepsister and the Big Bad Wolf and Old MacDonald’s Things That Go. He now lives in the UK.