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For the students of Uvalde. When they are ready.

For the students of Uvalde. When they are ready. Buy Felix After The Rain   In the words of Mai’s Story Time, the trauma, and horror, and grief will last; these emotions and horrific tragedy that a child should never have to endure will linger~ but sometimes a story can help littles put meaning to feelings when words, and even thoughts, elude them. Mai has thoughtfully put together a collection of books that can help…

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Rock and Roll Hits the US!

Rock and Roll Hits the US! Buy Rock and Roll   Yippee! Rock and Roll have travelled across the globe and are now available to US readers – how exciting! We can’t wait to hear what US readers will think of this important story!   Watch: Read Along to Rock and Roll with us! Watch: Check Out These Amazing Rock and Roll Creations! Books to Bake: Make colourful popping rock cakes inspired by Rock and…

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Super Fair Shares activity ideas from Lovemybooks!

Wonderful activity suggestions for Fair Shares! Buy Fair Shares Wonderful reading website Love My Books has shared some terrific activities for children to enrich their reading of Fair Shares! Check them out below. Pippa Goodhart, illus Anna Doherty Tiny Owl Age 3-7 The pear tree is full of fruit which both Hare and Bear are eager to eat. Unfortunately, neither of them can reach. Hare comes up with a plan and gets chairs to climb…

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There’s Room for Everyone is humbling and thought-provoking – JUNO magazine

Buy There’s Room for Everyone Parenting magazine JUNO loved There’s Room for Everyone! This heart-warming story is perfect for showing children the importance of empathy and kindness. Read their fab review! Anahita Teymorian writes that this book was created when she sat down to watch the news and became angered by what she saw. Many of the words are phrases she shouted at the TV! Her reasoning was that, if there was enough room on her…

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Diversity is the debt we owe to all our readers – Jackie Morris

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. We kicked off by speaking to children’s author Elizabeth Laird and illustrator Jion Sheibani to get their ideas on what we can do to challenge the status quo. Our next interviews are with the amazing author and illustrator Jackie Morris and fab…

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