The Little Black Fish as reviwed by: The Pirate Tree The same review has published on Reader Kidz as well. by nancyboflood • May 4, 2015 I share with you a treasure. Tiny Owl is a brand new children’s picture book publisher. Their 2015 “first books out,” present some of the best stories and best […]
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Left on its own, a large egg rocks back and forth. Suddenly there is a crack and out pops a fat little chick. The chick is all alone in the world. The animals living nearby don’t know what to do as they’ve never looked after a baby bird before. An unlikely assortment of foster parents […]
Little Black Fish has big questions about the world and he is determined to find the answers to them. He swims away downstream and out to sea despite his mother’s and the other fish warning him of the perils of leaving their safe haven. On his adventure Little Black Fish sees many wondrous and beautiful […]
By: Ali Seidabadi Although the Little Black Fish has already been translated and published in at least two different versions, the translation by Azita Rassi as published by Tiny Owl, London, has been very well received. It has been featured in various British media and websites; most notably the attention given it in the Guardian. […]
‘A charming tale of parental love and growing up.’
This is a beautiful and compelling book with strong and important allegorical messages. Written in the 60s by noted Iranian social critic, teacher and author Samad Behrangi, it was banned in pre-revolutionary Iran for its political thrust. The story of the little black fish is told by an old fish to her twelve thousand grandchildren. […]
Interesting multimedia by Radio Zamaneh, based in Amsterdam, about Tiny Owl here.