Edinburgh International Book Festival is the place, and two of Tiny Owl’s most talented author/illustrators, Nahid Kazemi and Marjan Vafaian (Vafaeian) are attending. If you are in Edinburgh on 27th and 28th of August, get your tickets and don’t miss out! See this blog post to find out about the subjects and their schedules at the […]
The author of Will & Nill, Farhad Hasanzadeh, is nominated to represent Iran at the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2018. The nomination is made by the Children’s Book Council of Iran (equivalent of IBBY in Iran). Click here to visit our bookstore. To buy Will & Nill click here.
Read a nice review of Will & Nill by Melanié McGilloway for Armadillo: Meet Will and Nill, two alley cats who have little in common apart from one major thing: being hungry. While Nill will happily bask in the sun all day despite his belly rumbling, Will is desperate to do something to forget about […]
There was once a big mountain. The people on one side were rich and worked only in order to get even richer. The people on the other side of the mountain were poor in possessions but had a wealth of stories and laughter. One day a poor young boy decides to seek a new story […]
Recently, BBC Persian aired a short programme about Tiny Owl books. Here you can see the English version of the report.
Popular Little Black Fish, by Samad Behrangi and illustrated by the Hans Christian Andersen Award winner, Farshid Mesghali, will be back in stock soon. The first edition of The Little Black Fish is out of stock. We have been informed that new stock is arriving by the second week in July. Meanwhile you can buy […]
Summer has begun. Days are long and our children need to have quality plans. Children need entertainment, to play, to learn, and most important of all for them is to read. Reading is most important, it is most beneficial to learn it as early as possible. We would encourage parents to read for their children […]
When all the world was dark, the child took a yellow crayon to give light to the world. -Based on When I Coloured in the World It has been an unsettling time after Brexit for some of us. Sita Brahmachari wrote in the Guardian that children have become anxious about the the consequences of […]
We have had the pleasure of reading a lovely review of ‘Will and Nill’ sent to us by Nikan Ar. He is 15 and he is a student in London. The review is very well written and is inspiring to say the least. Thank you Nikan! Will and Nill is a very beautiful picture book […]
We have been asking children’s writers, illustrators, lecturers and journalists: ‘Are picture books for children, or adults can enjoy them just as much?’ Below you will find the last answers of our survey. To see a summary of the results of this survey please click here: Catherine Friess: There’s a picture book for everybody out […]