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Champions of fantastic diverse stories!

Read a fantastic review of our new releases by children’s book blog Read It Daddy. Thank you to Read It Daddy for your kind words!   Today is a big release day for Tiny Owl Publishing, champions of fantastic diverse stories from around the world. Their new collection for 2017 truly does have something for everyone […]

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Bijan and Manije keeps readers on their toes!

Read a wonderful review of Bijan and Manije by Mirror Windows Doors: Bijan & Manije retold by Ali Seidabadi, illustrated by Marjan Vafaian, translated by Azita Rassi (Tiny Owl Publishing, 2016)   Bijan & Manije is one of the stories from Shahnameh (The Book of Kings), the collection of Persian myths and legends collected and retold by […]

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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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An environment of creativity and diverse thinking by A Bottle of Happiness at North Kensington Library

An environment of creativity and diverse thinking by A Bottle of Happiness at North Kensington Library

It warms our heart to see North Kensington Library have had a very fun time in the holiday season with Tiny Owl related activities! Their workshop created an environment of creativity, happiness, and diverse thinking, the same type that we adore seeing here at Tiny Owl. The ‘budding artists’ that made up the workshop brought […]

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A Rainbow in My Pocket gives a fantastic insight into the curiosity of childhood

Read a wonderful review of A Rainbow in My Pocket by fab Laura Davies for Outside in World.   A Rainbow in My Pocket Author: Ali Seidabadi Illustrator: Hoda Haddadi Translator: Azita Rassi ISBN:  9781910328125  Reading age: Under 5’s (though 6 – 11 as a stimulus for literary or philosophical enquiry)   This is a wonderful […]

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