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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is one of the Guardian’s best books of 2019!

The Guardian love the beautiful illustrations in The Secret of the Tattered Shoes Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes What brilliant news to kick off December! We’re over the moon that Imogen Russell Williams from The Guardian has chosen The Secret of the Tattered Shoes as one of the best children’s books of 2019, despite only being published at the end of September! It was wonderful to see Ehsan Abdollahi’s illustrations featured right at…

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Tiny Owl books celebrate the diverse and colourful world we live in! 

Our publisher talks to Lovemybooks! Buy from One Story, Many Voices series Our publisher, Delaram Ghanimifard, spoke to Lovemybooks about the importance of preserving fairy tales and folk tales! Read what she had to say below! We asked Tiny Owl publisher Delaram Ghanimifard her aims with this series, she said: ‘We at Tiny Owl build bridges between cultures and with ‘One Story, Many Voices’ series we wanted to create a series that paid homage to our…

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The English Association is won over by The Secret of the Tattered Shoes!

This retelling retains all its magic and appeal! Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes   The English Association have shared this fantastic review of The Secret of the Tattered Shoes. Find out what Sue Barrett has to say below: Retellings of traditional tales are becoming increasingly popular. Here Grimm’s Twelve Dancing Princesses has been given a new title, (perhaps not to give the game away), and a modified ending. The tale itself, in the hands of…

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Watch a magical book trailer for ancient fairy tale Cinderella of the Nile!

Buy Cinderella of the Nile  Watch a wonderful book trailer for the magical tale of Cinderella of the Nile . The earliest version of the well-known fairytale, this story dates back thousands of years to Ancient Egypt! It tells the story of the kind and beautiful Rhodopis, who is taken from her home in Greece to be a slave in Egypt. Along the way, she befriends the storyteller Aesop and many animals. She has no way of knowing that…

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