Tiny Fox and Great Boar Book Three: Dawn (Hardcover)

Tiny Fox and Great Boar Book Three: Dawn By Berenika Kolomycka, Crank! (Letterer), Karol Bulski (Translated by) Cover Image

Tiny Fox and Great Boar Book Three: Dawn (Hardcover)

By Berenika Kolomycka, Crank! (Letterer), Karol Bulski (Translated by)


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This is book number 3 in the Tiny Fox and Great Boar series.

Tiny Fox and Great Boar bravely face new challenges in volume three of this charming comic for early readers by award-winning Polish cartoonist Berenika Kolomycka.

Tiny Fox and Great Boar have spent much of their time together playing, exploring, and adventuring. From beautiful forests all the way to the enchanting seaside, they have had such joyous times! When they set their sights on the marshy wetlands, they meet a young mayfly and become quick friends. But when their time with the mayfly is unexpectedly cut short, Fox and Boar experience true sadness. This sadness feels too much for Fox to bear, but luckily he has Boar by his side to teach him how to be brave and remain hopeful for the adventures that lie ahead.
Berenika Kolomycka is a comics author, sketch artist, sculptor, and graphic artist. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and earned the Grand Prix for comics at the International Festival of Comics and Games in Lódz. Her works have been published in both Polish and foreign magazines, as well as in schoolbooks. She regularly conducts comic workshops for adults and children. The children's comic book series Tiny Fox and Great Boar is her first solo project. Outside of her work, she enjoys taking care of her cat Mami and her dog Kuka.
Product Details ISBN: 9781637152058
ISBN-10: 1637152051
Publisher: Oni Press
Publication Date: April 4th, 2023
Pages: 64
Language: English
Series: Tiny Fox and Great Boar
"Brief and beautiful, much like the mayfly’s life—children will come for the comics and leave with much to chew on."
— Kirkus Reviews

"Every page is a pleasure to turn and behold."
—The Stranger

"It’s not so much what happens, but how it happens in this unvarnished friendship tale." 
—Publishers Weekly

"Watercolors capable of evoking not simply the splendor of a new dawn, but also this little book’s emotional pitch are wielded with surgical skill."