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The Flute is a lovely choice for little ones! – Book Trust

Buy The Flute The amazing Book Trust have written a fab review of The Flute! They picked it as one of their ‘best new books’. Read the review below! In a bright meadow full of fruit and flowers, a boy plays a flute. As beautiful, multi-coloured butterflies flutter past, people and animals nestle down on the soft grass to listen to its mellow tune. Some children dance in the bright sun, listening to the flute…

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The Southbank Centre picks The Drum as a top school holiday read!

Buy The Drum The Southbank Centre have chosen The Drum as one of their top choices of seven great children’s books to enjoy during the Easter school holidays. Read the fab review below! If there’s one thing you can rely on, it’s that April’s weather will be unreliable. Sunny one minute, snowing the next, and that’s just a single afternoon. So if you do find yourself stuck indoors in the Easter holidays, how can you…

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The Flute is colourful, lively, and emotional!

An interview with Catell Ronca, illustrator of The Drum and The Flute Buy The Flute Buy The Drum We interviewed the Swiss artist Catell Ronca, who illustrates the series Children. Music. Life. by Ken Wilson-Max. The first book in this four-part series was The Drum, which is now followed by the fab sequel The Flute. Read the fab interview below! How did you interpret the sound of the flute as images? I think of the…

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The Flute is a treasure! – Red Reading Hub

Buy The Flute Buy The Drum Jill Bennett has written a fantastic review of The Flute for her blog Red Reading Hub! The Flute is the second part in our series Children Music Life by Ken Wilson-Max and Catell Ronca, which introduces young children to the joy of music. Read the fab review below! The second in the Children Music Life series showcases a reedless woodwind instrument, the flute. Here flautists from different parts of the world come…

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Diversity Now! We should see diversity as a selling point!

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 Ken Wilson-Max, and Laura Carter, children’s author and inclusion ambassador for Inclusive Minds. Diversity…

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