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Learn how to promote books on social media with our marketing workshop! Exciting news! We were delighted our January workshop sold out so quickly. But fear not, now you can sign up for our second Tiny Owl workshop in February! Interested in gaining fresh insight into how to get books noticed on social media, with a focus on Twitter? Curious about what goes on behind the scenes here at Tiny Owl Publishing? If so, read…

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5 stars for Grobblechops – Youth Services Book Review

Grobblechops has a message of friendship Buy Grobblechops Youth Services Book Review have shared a brilliant review of Grobblechops from former youth librarian Kristian Guay. She gave it a fab five stars! Read it below! What did you like about the book? Grobblechops is part of a series of books (“Tales by Rumi”) based on the work of Rumi, a thirteenth century poet, theologian, and philosopher. The books in this series take some important lessons from his work…

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The importance of sharing is the key message in Quill Soup!

Generosity, sharing, and kindness are at the heart of Quill Soup! Buy Quill Soup  We love this wonderful review of Quill Soup from bookstagrammer Little Library Owl! Have a look! View this post on Instagram • Quill Soup • Alan Durant • illustrated by Dale Blankenaar @daleblankenaar • Tiny Owl Publishing @tiny_owl_publishing • A journeying porcupine, Noko, is very hungry when he arrives at a village. He asks the other animals for food and shelter,…

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Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me will be treasured!

We need more poetry in children’s lives! Buy Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me  We love this thoughtful review of Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me from Instagram user Kids Books We Love all the way in Australia! It’s always lovely to see our books being enjoyed all around the world. Have a look! View this post on Instagram THINKER My Puppy Poet and Me “Thinker isn’t just an average puppy. He’s a poet. So is…

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Diversity Now! Librarians are key to making diverse books accessible!

Tiny Owl’s campaign for more visibility for diverse books continues! Children from BAME backgrounds aren’t seeing themselves reflected in the books they read. We launched our campaign Diversity Now! to try and change this. So far our campaign has received a fantastic response. We’ve heard from amazing people including Elizabeth Laird, Jackie Morris, Savita Kalhan and Jion Sheibani. This week we interviewed author Alan Durant, former librarian Anne Thompson and independent bookseller Tamsin Rosewell. First we heard…

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