Read a wonderful review of The Jackal Who Thought He Was A Peacock by Louise Gahan for Reading Zone: This story is retold from the 13th-century Persian mystic and poet, Rumi. It is about a jackal who thinks his brown and grey fur is boring and wants to be a peacock. So in his quest […]
We have been asking children’s writers, illustrators, lecturers and journalists: ‘Are picture books for children, or adults can enjoy them just as much?’ Below you will find more answers: Chris Meade: A great picture book is a joy forever A great picture book is a joy forever, poetry and visual art combined, unforgettable. Graphic […]
Happy new year! Wishing for a more peaceful world in 2016, a world as beautiful as most children see it. Looking forward to 2016. Our resolution: surprising you by producing high-quality diverse books. This beautiful illustration is from The Jackal Who Thought He Was A Peacock by: Feeroozeh Golmohammadi. To visit our bookstore […]
I rubbed out the word “war”, I got my sky blue crayon and I wrote “peace” with it. When I Coloured In the World, Ahmadreza Ahmadi The worst outcome of Paris attacks would be the growing anti-Islam/ anti-Muslims/ anti-migrants/anti-asylums movement. A safer world does not entail fostering a stronger sense of hatred for each other. […]
About Alive Again by: Ahmadreza Ahmadi Alive Again is a story about understanding the world and learning to trust. How do we find that grain of hope that good things might return? Buy this book from here.
I recently received this lovely book ‘A Bird Like Himself’ from Tiny Owl Publishing, written and illustrated by Anahita Teymorian from Iran. It is a beautiful book and fantastic to see such amazing work flourishing in that part of the world. I would like to give it away to a library, so if you are […]
Tiny Owl Publishing is looking for someone to run its pages in various social media interfaces. The said person should be: – A skilled user of Twitter and Facebook, and preferably of Instagram and Pinterest as well – Familiar with children’s literature, especially picture books – Familiar with parenting networks – Living in the UK […]
I have loved reading Aesop’s Fables since I was a child as they all have great messages for any youngster to learn. When I heard about the latest illustration version of The Boy Who Cried Wolf. I was really keen to share it with Monkey. This beautiful hardback version of The Boy Who Cried Wolf […]
Illustration by: Marjan Vafaeian.