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At South London Gallery Children's Book Fair- November 2015.

Tiny Owl’s highlights in 2015

We are very happy to see our  highlights at the end of the first year. We had planned to publish eight titles in 2015. We not only tried to be on our track all the time, we also added another beautiful title for the cold season: The Snowman and the Sun. And now we are proud that […]

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Happiness, Peace, Respect….Are they a dream?!

Written by: K. Arghandehpour All of us are prudent when it comes to our children’s world. We want to ensure their happiness if possible by securing a more – much more – peaceful future for them: no more war, no shadow of fear, and no threat of terrorism; rather, an abundance of respect, friendship, and understanding, […]

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Details make a huge difference in the story

  Written by: Delaram Ghanimifard As a child I always loved picture books. I would listen to the story or read them, but I liked to create my own stories out of the illustrations. I looked at the illustrations again and again and carefully find the details in the paintings. Those details made a huge […]

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Tiny Owl’s Bestsellers in November

Our first bestseller in November was: The Little Black Fish by Samad Behrangi and illustrated by: Farshid Mesghali, the Hans Christian Andersen Award winner. The second was The Parrot and the Merchant based on a fable by Rumi and illustrated by: Marjan Vafaeian. The Third has been Alive Again written by: Ahmadreza Ahmadi and illustrated by: Nahid […]

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Tiny Owl – The Birth of a Publishing Company

imago, a prominent publishing company based in Oxford, UK, has published an introduction about Tiny Owl Publishing written by Delaram Ghanimifard, our Co-founder in their website recently. Although the article is short, it consists very attractive and informative details about us. For the article please click here. For surfing our online bookstore please click here. 

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Two Days With You at SLG Book Fair

Two Days With You at SLG Book Fair

Tiny Owl Publishing attended South London Gallery Children’s Book Fair last Friday and Saturday, the 27th & 28th of November. Seeing children and their parents, all interested in children’s books, and then particularly meeting authors, illustrators and our colleagues in other publishing houses, always invigorates us. Furthermore, our books were sincerely welcomed in the book […]

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Why is reading good for children

Why is reading good for children

Written by: Mateen Arghandehpour I remember reading as a child, sinking into the stories and all the science books I had as if there was nothing better in the world. I’d spend the whole day reading and then stay up at night with a torch under my blanket and read deep into my bedtime. They […]

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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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