Written by Smriti Prasadam-Halls
Illustrated by Sebastien Braun
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
A Piece of Passion from editor, Boxer Books The idea of owls and the dark, dark night has always been a magical one. Owls are known for being wise and watchful and there is something immediately peaceful and comforting about them, so when this text came in to Boxer it had immediate appeal. Not only did it have a gorgeous central owl character but it branched out (excuse the pun) to include the town, the country, those within the house and life that goes on around it. We loved the play on words, too – the noise the owl makes, Twit Twoo, often can sound like Twit-to-Who? And it was an ideal way to explore the night-time world. Sebastien Braun’s stunning watercolour illustrations really brought the text to life. It felt like the perfect combination.
Twit-to-Who? by Smriti Prasadam-Halls
Fun, rhythmic text with glorious images by bestselling and ilustrator Sebastien Braun (I Love My Mummy and I Love My Daddy, Boxer Books.) To the children playing games, twit-to-woo. Twit-to-hide, twit-to-seek, twit-to-BOO!
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Boxer Books Limited
1st September 2016
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