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Tiny Owl’s 2017 highlights

It’s been a big, busy year for Tiny Owl. We’ve had events and awards, campaigns of protest and celebration, and the first titles in two new series! Read on for a roundup of what we’ve been up to this year.   National and international awards Buy A Bottle of Happiness Buy The Elephant’s Umbrella Buy Bijan and Manije Three of our titles have had a particularly good year. Firstly, A Bottle of Happiness and The…

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Tiny Owl’s biggest books of 2017!

As 2017 draws to a close, we thought we’d take a look back at our bestselling titles of 2017 – and take a sneak peek at next year!   1. When I Coloured In the World Buy it here This beautifully simple yet powerful poem of hope and change by Ahmadreza Ahmadi, one of Iran’s greatest contemporary poets, is brought to life by the stunning illustrations of Ehsan Abdollahi. When Ehsan was denied a visa…

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The Lion Tattoo available now!

Just in time for Christmas shopping… At long last, The Lion Tattoo is available to order! Our first picture book for ages 16+ is a fresh, modern and hilarious take on a fable by Rumi – the third in our series of tales from the 13th-century Persian storyteller. With its luxurious cloth cover, gold foil lettering and small format, it makes a perfect gift book, ideal for Christmas. This retelling introduces the work of a…

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Gorgeous gifts for everyone in our Christmas book bundle

Give the gift of beautiful picture books this Christmas! We have a whole stockingful of perfect presents for any age: our wordless picture book collection that transcends all barriers of age and language, our first picture book for adults, and two of our perennial favourites – plus some very special limited edition signed artwork prints.     Little Eli Little Eli may be small but he has big dreams. In fact, for a dragonfly, you…

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Perfect gifts for Christmas!

Get them on your Christmas list: our new autumn titles make the perfect gifts! Little Eli is our new series of wordless books, stunningly illustrated by debut Italian artist Laura Bellini. Our campaign has shown the huge number of reasons that wordless books are important, but the one that comes up most regularly is that there are no barriers – of age, language or vocabulary – and so they really can be enjoyed by everyone.…

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