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Library Girl and Book Boy explain how you can support indie publishers!

We love this brilliant, insightful blog post from fab book blogger Library Girl and Book Boy! They’ve taken an in-depth look at the issues facing small, independent publishers like Tiny Owl and how readers can help to support them. Read the amazing post below! SUPPORT OUR SMALL INDEPENDENT AND BAME PUBLISHERS – HOW YOU CAN HELP! It was chatting to Karim and the team from Tiny Owl at the CLiPPA awards which gave me the inspiration for this blog…

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Fair Shares is lively and thought-provoking! – Jill Bennett

Buy Fair Shares Jill Bennett for Red Reading Hub has written a lovely review of Fair Shares! Find out what she said below! Both Hare and Bear have designs on the juicy-looking pears they see high up in the tree but neither can reach them. Hare suggests climbing on chairs but there are only three … “That’s not fair!’ exclaims Bear so one is discarded. Now Bear can reach the yummy pears – SCRUNCH MUNCH…

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Twit Twoo! Exciting new books from Tiny Owl!

Twit Twoo! Exciting new books from Tiny Owl! Check out our new books We’re so excited to tell you about the brilliant upcoming books from Tiny Owl! In the new episode of our video series Twit Twoo, we looked at the amazing titles that will be coming to bookshops very soon!  First of all there’s Fair Shares, by Pippa Goodhart and Anna Doherty. It’s a sweet story that will get children asking: what is fair?…

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Abigail the STORY Teller reads When I Colored in the World!

Buy When I Coloured in the World We loved this lively reading of our book When I Colored in the World by young storyteller Abigail Little! Abigail lives in North Carolina, where she does fantastic performances of books she loves. You can find her on Twitter at @Mary67Little (account managed by mom). When I Colored in the World is available in the US and Canada from stores including Barnes & Noble. Those outside North America can…

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Cinderella of the Nile is out now in paperback!

Buy Cinderella of the Nile We’re delighted that our multicultural fairytale Cinderella of the Nile is out now in paperback! Written by Carnegie Award-winning author Beverley Naidoo and illustrated by Marjan Vafaeian, it’s a retelling of the oldest known version of the Cinderella story. The book is also out now in the US in hardback! Rhodopis is a Greek girl who is sold into slavery by bandits and taken to Egypt. Along the way she becomes…

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