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270°

3.86  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Informative, colorful mixed-media work that bridges nature science and fine art -- quintessential comics with an ornithological bend. An artist's field guide on owls and owl behavior. Maggie Umber once again takes readers into nature, showing the beauty and sophistication of animals in their natural habitats. 270 is an educational glimpse of owls found in North America and ...more
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Published April 2018 by 2dcloud
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Rod Brown
Jan 14, 2019 rated it liked it
Slap the words "graphic novel" somewhere on the cover, and you can get me to read the weirdest shit.

This is a fact book about owls decorated with pictures that range from beautiful to ugly to what the hell is that???? (Audubon it ain't.) The words can be difficult to read at times, but once deciphered they will gift you with some nifty tidbits of knowledge.

I'm just not sure I'd call it a graphic novel though...
Callie Sokoloski
Feb 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
Read in one sitting because I love owls. The thick Sharpie handwriting was hard to read in a few spots, but the mixed media comics were beautiful. A quick and fun read.
Jeanne Shields
Oct 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Wow I love this comic. It's so beautiful...so many beautiful portraits of different kinds of owls and so full of interesting facts about owls. But most of all, the book just draws you in. There is a page just of a painting of birch trees and I find myself staring at it every time I pick up the book. I think a part of me believes that if stare I long enough, an owl will fly from the center of that birch forest. It's a very enchanting comic.
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