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1. Pencils at the ready! Draw with Hazel Terry!

Create your own hungry creature with Hazel Terry! Visit our bookstore – Order now, pay later With school, library, and bookshop closures, and the inevitable challenges facing the whole community over the next few months, we want to make it as easy as possible for families stuck at home. We’ve gathered a range of read along and how-to videos from our fabulous authors and illustrators so that you can keep those little ones entertained. Let’s…

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Win a signed book with your creations!

Exciting competitions for little ones at home! Visit our bookstore – Order now, pay later With school, library, and bookshop closures, and the inevitable challenges facing the whole community over the next few weeks, here at Tiny Owl we want to spread some HOPE. Parents! Looking for activities for your little ones stuck at home? How about the chance of winning a signed Tiny Owl book? We have TWO exciting competitions to keep your little…

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Fun activities you can enjoy at home!

Parents! Check out our fun activities! Visit our bookstore Looking for some fun things to do with the kids while you’re stuck at home? We’ve rounded up some fun activities for you! You don’t need to order a load of expensive resources, you probably already have the supplies you need to enjoy these activities with your little readers. Make a fort Looking for ways to make reading time even more exciting? Throw a flat sheet…

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Design your own monster under the bed!

Let’s make Halloween special and inspire creativity! Buy Grobblechops As Halloween draws closer and half term is upon us, we’ve put together this free, downloadable Grobblechops inspired activity sheet for parents and librarians, to help inspire all the little budding illustrators out there! While using pencils and pens can be a great way for children to begin designing their monster, it can be exciting to explore and experiment with different art materials you might have lying around.…

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Fun Grobblechops activities

Buy Grobblechops We’ve put together some fun activities for teachers and parents to help enrich children’s reading of Grobblechops. Read the book Read the book out loud and enjoy the story. Then try doing it as a group dramatic reading. There are three parts — Amir, Amir’s dad and the narrator — which can be read by different children. Talk about how you might read the lines, for instance with a scared voice or a…

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