Buy The Jackal Who Thought He Was a Peacock (hardback), 24pp, £12.99 (discounts may apply)
- Based on a fable by Rumi
- Illustrated by Firoozeh Golmohammadi
The jackal has never been the same since he saw the peacocks. Now he looks at his grey and brown fur and thinks how boring he looks. He wonders how he can change it to be beautiful and dazzling like the peacocks. He’s always collecting colourful things to stick on his fur but nothing seems to work.
Then he hatches a clever plan that will once and for all turn him into the brightest, most brilliant jackal, just like the peacocks. His jackal friends just look on and shake their heads.
This book is available at all good independent bookshops and on-line bookstores in the UK and around the world.
More to read:
- A review of this book by Red Reading Hub here.
- Introducing Global Children’s Literature, here.
- Poetic side of Tiny Owl Publishing, here.
- Jackal’s crazy colour-splashing antics. A review by Read it daddy
- I’m not a jackal, I’m a peacock! A review by Tamsin rosewell
- A review by Outside in World: A book of acceptance, difference and the pursuit of dreams
- Blogs here and here and here: Wonderful events at Greenwich Book Festival
- Video: Tiny Owl at Greenwich Book Festival
- A review by Reading Zone: The Jackal is about the importance of appreciation of oneself and of those around them