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It is exciting to see people coming for our books

It is exciting to see people coming for our books

The South London Gallery Children’s Book Fair is back for its second year of fun literary events! Taking place on Friday, April 28th from 3-9pm & Saturday, April 29th from 11am-6pm, the book fair offers FREE admission to all of its programmes and activities. A few of these include dinosaur-drawing contests, creative workshops & book […]

Dates for your diary!

Dates for your diary!

Take some time to appreciate the fresh air and explore the beautiful world we live in with the ones you love. And what better way to explore the world, than by reading stories? Tiny Owl is proud to present several wonderful events for children and adults alike to experience different people, places and cultures through reading: 28th […]

Toby!

Happy National Pet Day!

By Lauren Sandford Pets are the best of companions! They cheer you up when you feel sad, listen to your stories as well as your troubles, and above all, they are always there for you. What’s better than cuddling with your dog or your cat? Though I have to say, I am slightly biased. After […]

The Little Black Fish

Beloved animal characters in Tiny Owl books

By Lauren Sandford Characters play a vital role within children’s stories: they combat the bad guys, explore the world and learn more about themselves throughout their adventures. Many of the beloved characters in Tiny Owl’s picture books are animals, from cats to parrots to little black fish. Through these animal characters, children can find themselves, […]

Happy International Book Day!

Happy International Book Day!

Translating books is so important, and today we celebrate the endless possibilities of sharing stories from all over the world. Books in translation are intriguing in themselves, with the intricacies of language and communication, the delicate nature of meaning and symbolism within stories. What could mean something in one language might mean something different in […]

Books as hugs!

Books as hugs!

By: Alice Ahearn* Duvet off, duvet on, left side, right side. Sigh! We all know the agonising frustration of being unable to sleep. Often, though, I’ve found I can combat it by reading. It doesn’t have to be for long, but it’s perfect for helping me to settle into bed, and to avoid replaying my […]