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Tiny Owl nominated for BOP Award!

Tiny Owl nominated for BOP Award!

Exciting news! We have been nominated for the Bologna Best Children’s Publisher of the Year Prize by IBBY UK! This prize is awarded to publishers in Africa, Central and South America, North America, Asia, Europe and Oceania for “their creative and publishing excellence in 2016, showing originality as well as professional and intellectual skills” so […]

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When I Coloured in the World and The Clever Mouse in paperback

Out in paperback!  

Do you value kindness in others above all else? Can you make the world a better place to live in? These are the inherent questions in two of our popular titles The Clever Mouse and When I Coloured in the World which will be released in paperback on 31 January 2017.   The Clever Mouse […]

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The Clever Mouse and The Boy Who Cried Wolf in Chinese

Tiny Owl flies to China!

Tiny Owl has spread its wings and migrated with two of our fantastic titles The Clever Mouse and The Boy Who Cried Wolf. These books have been translated into traditional Chinese to be loved and cherished by children across the world. Wen Lin Publishers were captivated by the story of Mr Koochi in The Clever Mouse […]

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Ahmadreza Ahmadi

A visit to the poet of hope and peace, Ahmadreza Ahmadi

On a cold day around Christmas, we visited Ahmadreza Ahmadi, eminent Iranian poet and writer, at his flat in Tehran. His apartment is located on the beautiful hills of northern Tehran. Its walls are covered with stunning paintings, crafts and, of course, shelves full of books. Food for his cats, which is placed next to […]

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Pullen Yard

First day at our new office!

It was a tough day to get into the office – the tube strikes sent the Walworth Road into chaos – but by 10am the Tiny Owl team had made it in to our fantastic new office in Pullens Yard. Based in Kennington, these Victorian mews are unique work spaces. Within the yards exist diverse […]

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Winter solstice celebration!

Every year, on the night of the winter solstice, people of many countries from central Asia to Eastern Europe celebrate this longest night of the year, they call this night Yalda. In this night, it is customary to eat red fruits, apples and pomegranates and watermelons are a usual site. A bowl of assorted nuts […]

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Sophie Hallam

This is a time for hope!

We are very happy to announce that Sophie Hallam is joining our editorial team in a few weeks. This is our first good news for 2017. We will be producing more books in the future with our more energetic team. Here you will find her new blog post. You will hear from her more in […]

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Azita Rassi

A Christmas of Acceptance!

Written by Azita Rassi, Our translator from Persian language   2016 has been a year of increasing schisms all over the world. Dissension accompanied with prejudice and an adamant refusal to see the others’ point of view marked this ominous year that might be the predecessor of worst ones if we do not try to […]

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