The Little Black Fish is one of our most favourite titles. It has been 50 years since the first publication of the book in Persian, and two years since we published its translated version with award winning Farshid Mesghali‘s original illustrations. Since its publication in English, it has received very positive feedback.
Further to our previous post on celebrating 50 years of The Little Black Fish, we are proud to present our second surprise!
There is a limited stock of The Little Black Fish prints, signed by the Hans Christan Andersen Award winner Farshid Mesghali, ready to be framed and decorate your wall! There are only 50 prints available. Hurry to get one of this limited edition treasures while they last.
Order the print:
The illustrations are printed on 32 x 44.5 cm 200 gsm papers and are available at £40.00. Click here to buy.
Buy The Little Black Fish (Paperback) from here.
Buy The Little Black Fish (hardback) from here.
To visit our bookstore click here.
More to read about this book:
- A wonderful gallery of this book in the Guardian. Link
- An introduction by David Almond in the Guardian. Link
- The Little Black Fish selected among the best children’s books of the year by the Guardian. Link
- The Little Black Fish was shortlisted for the Marsh Award. Link
- Two days with you at South London Gallery. A blog post. Link
- There is still room for quality. An interview with Chris McLauren. Link
- A gift that lasts a lifetime. A blog post. link
- Artistic illustrations build an everlasting image to a child. A blog post. Link
- Summer holiday reads. A blog post. Link
- The Guardian focuses on the classics that never translated into English. An article.Link
- Tiny Owl’s highlights in 2015. Link
- An introduction by Voice of America (in Persian). Link
- The Little Black Fish comes first in David Cadji’s top ten children’s books in the Guardian. Link
- A review by clpe. Link
- A nice review by: Playing by the book. Link
- The Little Black Fish and The Clever Mouse are the first set of Tiny Owl Publishing on Waterstones’ shelves. Link
- A review by Found in Translation. Link
- A report by BBC Persian. Link
- A review by The Pirate Tree. Link
- A review by Outside in World. Link
- An article about this book in Shargh. Link
- A review by Armadilo. Link
- Kind words about this book by Jackie Morris. Link
- The Little Black Fish in paperback. A blog post. Link