News & Reviews

A little effort can make a big difference!

Read a fantastic review of Will and Nill by Red Reading Hub  Will & Nill Farhad Hasanzadeh and Atieh Markazi Tiny Owl Publishing Will and Nill are two alley cats, both very hungry. That’s about their only similarity though, for while Will is up and about at cock-crow, Nill yawns and continues to doze. Having […]

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An extract from The Orange House

A great stimulus to art and geography lessons!

Read a review of The Orange House by Outside in World: This is a delightful picture book by newly emerging children’s publishers Tiny Owl Books. Tiny Owl is a purveyor of Global Children’s Literature, and ‘The Orange House’ by author and illustrator Nahid Kazemi, translated from its original Persian publication by Azita Rassi, used to […]

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Alive Again; Another Excellent Title

Read a wonderful review of Alive Again by: Outside in the World: Alive Again  Age Range: 6-8 When the blossom disappears, a young boy asks his father if it will ever return – ‘When blossom goes, does the word ‘blossom’ die? Can there be blossom again? When there is no rain does the word ‘rain’ […]

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Fab feline friendships and cat antics

Read a review of Will and Nill by: Read It, Daddy:   Meet two lazy, crazy and adorable cats called Will and Nill in this fabulously original book from Tiny Owl Will and Nill are cats. Now, we’ll take it as read that you know what a cat is – and possibly that you know just […]

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The magical shape shifting of the snowman

Read a review of The Snowman and the Sun from IBBYlink;   The Snowman and the Sun By Susan Taghdis, illus. Ali Mafakheri, trans. Azita Rassi, London: Tiny Owl Publishing, hb. 9 781 9103 2810 1, 2015, £7.99, 24pp. [Suggested age range 3–7.] Snowmen, standing in the sun, by their very nature, melt away. In […]

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Simple concept with a profound message

Read a wonderful review of When I coloured In the World by: Outside in World:   When I Coloured in the World by Ahmadreza Ahmadi Age Range: 6-8 With a box of coloured crayons and an eraser, a child begins to imagine how to change the world. She rubs out the word ‘darkness’ and writes ‘light’ […]

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Tiny Owl’s Bestsellers in February

Our first bestseller in February still was: The Little Black Fish by Samad Behrangi and illustrated by: Farshid Mesghali, the Hans Christian Andersen Award winner. The second has been  When I Coloured in the World by Ahmadreza Ahmadi and illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi.   The third was The Clever Mouse by Anahita Teymorian. And next to it […]

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