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 […]
Congratulations to Unayssah and Yousef, the winners of today’s colour-in competition at Pimlico library.
The Turkish newspaper Today’s Zaman has published an article about Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird, considering it as an artistic piece, not just for children. This simple story is full of allegory: Man’s desire to capture a beautiful bird and keep it for his own use and pleasure is used as a metaphor for one people group […]
The Parrot and the Merchant by Rumi, and The Snowman and the sun, from Tiny Owl’s latest publications will be presented and read to children under 7, followed by a crafts session inspired by the books. Time: 31.10.21015 At: Pimlico Library. Lupus Street, London SW1V 3EY Attendence free
Chris McLauren, Saltway’s manager and Tiny Owl’s sales & marketing rep, has had an interview with Publishing Prespectives recently during his Frankfort Book Fair attendance. The interview is mostly about Tiny Owl quality books. Read his interview with Andrew Wilkins : SaltWay’s Chris McLaren enjoys a challenge, so when one of the UK-based distributor’s Iranian contacts told him […]
Saltway represents us at Frankfurt Book Fair this year. They are located in Hall 6.1 Stand E127.
What happens to a snowman when the sun comes out? He melts, of course. And then he turns into water, evaporates, returns to the sky and falls again as rain or, as in this case, as snow. The publisher describes the book as a modern-day fable about how our attachments to people and things live […]
Written by Ali Seidabadi, editor in Tiny Owl’s Persian series. when I was 12, I went to a boarding school in Nishapur, north-easternIran, adjacent to the garden where the poet and scientist Omar Khayyám is buried. A part of the garden could be seen from our classroom window and the splashing sound of water, flowing […]
You may have read this week’s guest blog, From London To Tehran, by our Persian editor, Ali Seidabadi. Unfortunately, Ali will be waiting a bit longer to discover the streets of London he wrote about, as his trip to the UK has been put on hold. Due to his visa being rejected, Ali Seidabadi has […]
Read the Guardian’s article, mentioning Tiny Owl books, particularly The Little Black Fish: Also do check out Tiny Owl, whose aim is to bring quality translated global literature with a focus on Iranian books, to an English speaking audience, including Samad Behrangi’s absolute classic The Little Black Fish, which every Iranian child has read – […]