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the owl whoo knew too much picture book

by Seth Anderson
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  • the story

See You Later

Find out what else the owl sees without staying up all night in this sweet bedtime picture book. Illustrated in Seth Anderson's characteristic style, The Owl Whoo Knew Too Much bedtime picture book tells a funny story about what a night owl sees while we're dreamily dozing. He sees how the tooth fairy got under your pillow, how the fireflies make their bellies glow, and more! Send your little ones off to sleep with the sweetest of dreams with this enchanting tale. Designed in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Printed in Malaysia.

  • details
Item ID
0-8 years
Made from
paper, ink
9.75" W x 10.25" H; 24 pages
  • the maker

Seth Anderson

Seth Anderson's BLACK EYED GUY is a lifestyle brand that encourages you to be self-expressive, to be fearless, and to live life as an adventure. His hope is for adults to remember and kids to embrace the simple pleasures of just being a kid. Black Eyed Guy’s Creator and owner Seth Anderson followed this philosophy from an early age. The delightful doodles that make up Black Eyed Guy, Inc. began in the margins of Anderson’s notebooks when he was in high school. Today, Black Eyed Guy is based loosely on his family experiences reflecting the idea to get in there and get dirty, don’t be afraid to get that black eye, and always be creative!

Anderson lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico and has been a professional artist and designer for over 15 years. He has shown his contemporary paintings in galleries throughout the country, created many designs for home products marketed from small boutiques to large retailers, and has developed into an accomplished architectural designer with projects being published in Architectural Digest and Mountain Living. collection

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