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Under the Great Plum Tree

Under the Great Plum Tree £12.99 £9.99 (hardback) UK only PRODUCT INFO Under the Great Plum Tree is a retelling of an Indian tale about a kind-hearted monkey and a silly old crocodile. An unlikely friendship between Miss Bandari and Mr Magarmach forms when the pair meet at the foot of a plum tree deep in the heart of India. Mr Magarmach is old and his hunting days are over but Miss Bandari loves hearing his…

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Tiny Owl Book Bundles

Buying books directly from us is the best way to support independent publishers! Save money when you buy a Tiny Owl book bundle (UK only) Limited edition Mother’s Day book bundle There’s Room for Everyone (paperback), The Drum (hardback), Bloom (paperback), and Where’s Baby Elephant? (hardback) £29.99 – you save £9 UK postage Four books for £25.99 – you save £6 Last. Nicola Davies. Paperback. Bloom. Anne Booth, ill. Robyn Wilson-Owen. Paperback. There’s Room for…

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The Secret of The Tattered Shoes

The Secret of the Tattered Shoes £12.99 (hardback) UK only PRODUCT INFO The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is a fresh interpretation of the beloved fairytale The Twelve Dancing Princesses. The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is a fresh interpretation of the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tale about twelve princesses who are locked in at night, yet whose dancing shoes are still worn down by morning. A young soldier is tasked to discover their night-time adventures.…

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Fair Shares

Fair Shares £6.99 (paperback) UK only PRODUCT INFO Fair Shares is a fun yet simple story asking children to consider: What is fair? When Bear and Hare try to reach some juicy pears, they realise they need some help. Hare finds three chairs but is it fair that Hare has two chairs and Bear only one? When they have the same, Hare still can’t reach the pears! So a little friend teaches them that fair isn’t…

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Quill Soup

Noko, the porcupine, is very hungry. On arriving at a village, he asks the other animals for some food and shelter. But, despite their full bellies, all the animals say they have nothing to spare. Never mind: he’ll just have to make do and cook a pot of soup from the quills off his back – a soup so tasty even the king likes it. Once the villagers hear of his plan they offer just…

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