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Peace Not War

I rubbed out the word “war”, I got my sky blue crayon and I wrote “peace” with it. When I Coloured In the World, Ahmadreza Ahmadi   The worst outcome of Paris attacks would be the growing anti-Islam/ anti-Muslims/ anti-migrants/anti-asylums movement. A safer world does not entail fostering a stronger sense of hatred for each other. […]

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Mareen is reading The Parrot and the Merchant

A wonderful event at Pimlico library

Written by Mateen Arghandehpour. Mateen was in charge of reading at the event who did perfectly and children loved it. We gathered our books, revised our plans once more between ourselves and moved out and towards the library. Every one of us seemed to feel a slight tingle of nervousness; though it was easily concealed […]

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The Poetic Collection

Tiny Owl’s Bundles as Christmas Presents

What’s your favourite part about the festive period? It may seem far away but once Halloween passes us by, Christmas will be just around the corner. No doubt the food is amazing, and the television some might think, but also one of the most precious moments we get throughout December is having the time to […]

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The gift that lasts a lifetime

As we launch our Christmas Bundles, we were very pleased to receive this blog post, submitted to us from a happy customer:   “Anyone with a birthday around the Christmas period knows too well the standard of gifts they receive aren’t always the most thoughtful. Those unfortunate enough to be born late November or December […]

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Poetic side of Tiny Owl Publishing

As today is #NationalPoetryDay we’ve decided to take a look at the poetic side of Tiny Owl Publishing.  A number of our titles are based on the fables of Rumi; a poet of the world. As well as Rumi’s The Parrot & The Merchant, we also find When I Coloured The World, Alive Again and […]

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Night Circus by Delssert and Kafka, Beckett, Ionesco, etc.

By: Ali Seidabadi, editor for Tiny Owl’s Persian series Although Iran is not a member of the Berne Convention and Iranian internal laws do not protect international rights for publishing foreign works in Persian, some Iranian publishers feel an ethical obligation to observe copyright and strive to publish the translation of selected foreign books only […]

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Why Tiny Owl is different

Why Tiny Owl is different

Whilst following all the action via live tweets & the #kidsconf15 hashtag, we were thrilled to hear that print is still preferred by young readers. ‘75% of children still want a physical book experience’ Cally Poplak #kidsconf15 — Imogen Cooper (@EditorGoose) September 29, 2015 According to Imogen Cooper’s Tweet, 39.75% of children still want a […]

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