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A great point for discussion!

A great point for discussion!

Read a wonderful review of The Boy Who Cried Wolf by fab Laura Davies for Outside in World.   The Boy Who Cried Wolf Author: Mahni Tazhibi Illustrator: Mahni Tazhibi Translator: Azita Rassi ISBN: 9781910328040   Reading age: Under 5’s (and 6 – 8 as a stimulus for philosophical enquiry)     This story will be […]

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The story is told excellently

Thank you Jennifer Harding for a fabulous review of The Orange House. This review is published in IBBYLink 46, summer 2016:     The Orange House   Nahid Kazemi, trans. Azita Rassi, London: Tiny Owl Books, hb. 970 1 9103 2811 8, 2016, £12.99, 24pp. [Picture Book. Age range 3–8. Keywords: friendship; old and new; […]

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The value of finding and celebrating your gifts

Read a wonderful review of A Bird Like Himself by fab Laura Davies for Outside in World.     A Bird Like Himself Author: Anahita Teymorian Illustrator: Anahita Teymorian Translator: Azita Rassi ISBN: 9781910328026 Reading age: Under 5’s and 6 – 8 (and 9 – 11 as a stimulus for philosophical enquiry)   This fun […]

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The princess in The Clever Mouse

The value of kindness over appearances

Thank you Ferelith Hordon for a fabulous review of The Clever Mouse. This review is published in IBBY Link, spring 2016:   Anahita Teymorian, trans. Azita Rassi from Persian, ed. Pippa Goodhart, London: Tiny Owl, hb. 9 781 9103 2801 9, 2015, £11.99, 25pp. [Picture Book. Age range 3–5. Keywords: Arabian Nights; anthropomorphism; mouse; humour; princess.] […]

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Laura Davies

A fantastic resource for schools

Laura Davies tells us why she’s such a fan of Tiny Owl Books Translated children’s books are a contribution to diverse literature, exposing children (and grown-ups) to a world of untold stories. In the following article, Laura Davies explores the importance of children’s literature in translation in Outside in World, looking specifically at Tiny Owl books. […]

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Food for thought!

Read a wonderful review of A Bottle of Happiness by Jill Bennett with a few fantastic children’s answers to what they would put in their bottle of happiness.    A Bottle of Happiness Pippa Goodheart and Ehsan Abdollahi Tiny Owl   A Bottle of Happiness – now that’s something we could all do with from time […]

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