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Watch a brilliant book trailer for The Lion Tattoo!

  Buy The Lion Tattoo Watch the fantastic book trailer for The Lion Tattoo! A translation of a tale by Rumi, The Lion Tattoo tells the story of a man who wants a tattoo of a lion, to show how brave and strong he is. However, when the pain of the needle begins, the man decides that perhaps his lion doesn’t need a tail…or a mane… or a stomach! This is a wonderfully witty story that…

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Watch a brilliant book trailer for The Lion Tattoo!

  Buy The Lion Tattoo Watch the fantastic book trailer for The Lion Tattoo! A translation of a tale by Rumi, The Lion Tattoo tells the story of a man who wants a tattoo of a lion, to show how brave and strong he is. However, when the pain of the needle begins, the man decides that perhaps his lion doesn’t need a tail…or a mane… or a stomach! This is a wonderfully witty story that…

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A clever, witty picture book with extra dimensions

Buy The Lion Tattoo  Read a wonderful review of The Lion Tattoo by Anne Harding, written for The School Librarian, the journal of the School Library Association. They recommend the book for readers aged 12-16. A stylish and self-assured young man decides he needs a tattoo, a tattoo of a lion. He presents the tattoo artist with a picture and she sets to work on his shoulder. But before long he’s in terrible pain. Asking her what she’s doing,…

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A review of Bijan and Manije

Buy Bijan and Manije Read a wonderful review of Bijan and Manije by Books for Keeps: This is a retelling from Shahnameh, the Book of Kings, the Persian epic collection brought together in the 10th century. In this tale a young Iranian knight, Bijan, goes into a neighbouring kingdom to deal with a herd of wild boars and is betrayed by a companion into visiting the palace of a cruel tyrant, king Afrasiab. There he falls…

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Stunningly original and beautifully presented

Read a wonderful review of Bijan & Manije and A Bottle of Happiness by Read it Daddy!:   We’re always delighted to see new titles from diverse publishers Tiny Owl, who have a knack for searching out the most amazing stories in the world and whirling them up into fantastic books. We’ve been taking a look at two new titles in their Autumn catalogue, each stunningly original and beautifully presented. Starting off with Bijan and…

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