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What would happen to Nill at the end of the book?

We have had the pleasure of reading a lovely review of ‘Will and Nill’ sent to us by Nikan Ar. He is 15 and he is a student in London. The review is very well written and is inspiring to say the least. Thank you Nikan!   Will and Nill is a very beautiful picture book that uses life messages not only for children but for people of all ages. Although the book is about two…

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Bookbrunch: ‘Picture books for all, says Tiny Owl’

Today, BookBrunch has fully covered the results of our survey on picture books. Below you will find part of the article:     Picture books for all, says Tiny Owl • 10 June 2016 Children’s book publisher Tiny Owl has conducted a survey of authors, illustrators, teachers and booksellers, asking ‘Are picture books for children, or can adults enjoy them just as much’? The overwhelming response was positive, and having now compiled over 50 answers,…

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Tiny Owl Publishing as publisher of the month by The Story Pot

Very happy to be The Story Pot‘s publisher of the month. Below you’ll see their blog post and their lovely offers:   June 01, 2016 • Katie Wilkins Welcome to the launch of our new ‘Publisher of the Month’ at The Story Pot. We wanted to share more about some of our publishers, especially as many are small and relatively unknown. We have a fantastic publisher to start with – Tiny Owl. This publisher features a…

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What do cats like doing

Read a wonderful review of Will & Nill in the Guardian Witness by Katherine and Magnus:   Will and Nill by Farhad Hasanzadah and Atieh Markazi Will and Nill are two cats who wake up in their alley feeling really hungry. Nill wants to have a really lazy day but Will would like some fun and adventure. No matter how much he tries to tempt Nill away from his lazy day, Nill decided to sleep instead.…

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