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A Rainbow in My Pocket

A Rainbow in My Pocket £12.99 UK only Only one left PRODUCT INFO A Rainbow in My Pocket is a whimsical poem exploring a child’s curiosity about the world. There are so many questions and thoughts that chase through your mind! Why is the sky blue? Why do the ants queue in such a straight line? Why are some words kind and some words harsh? How do you put a rainbow in your pocket? The meaning of this…

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Will & Nill

Will & Nill £12.99 £5.99 UK only PRODUCT INFO Will & Nill is an affectionate story about the natures of both cats and humans, exploring how making a little effort can go a long way. Will and Nill are very hungry cats. Nill dozes, dreaming about food, while his friend Will goes off to play hide and seek with his new friend, the sparrow. If he stays with Nill, his stomach will rumble and grumble…

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The Orange House

The Orange House £12.99 £5.99 UK only PRODUCT INFO The Orange House is a unique take on the celebration of being different. The small Orange House stands at the end of the alley, feeling sad and left out as all the nearby tall buildings admire another new building being built. Her old stone stairs and pipes are no match for the new building’s elevator and brand new pipes that they say will never burst. Feeling she has…

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The Jackal Who Thought He Was a Peacock

The Jackal Who Thought He Was a Peacock £12.99 Out of stock PRODUCT INFO The Jackal Who Thought He Was a Peacock is an ancient fable by Rumi about accepting your own identity. 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…

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Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird

Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird £11.99 £7.99 UK only PRODUCT INFO Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird tells the story of a young girl from the Qashqai tribes in Iran. Tahmineh lives with her family in one of Iran’s Qashqai tribes. While minding the sheep, Tahmineh takes out her flute and plays a tune so beautiful that a bird sings along with it. Tahmineh longs to keep the bird with her, but her parents remind her that you can’t capture wildness,…

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