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Dare will make children and adults smile! – Melissa Jordan

Buy Dare The fab Melissa Jordan wrote a lovely review of Dare on her blog Reading Pebbles! Read the review below! Dare is one of those children’s stories, that even as an adult makes me smile every time I pick it up. Younger children will love the simple, fun and inspiring poem by Lorna Gutierrez, and noticing all the things the children from diverse backgrounds do. Older readers and adults will also pick up on…

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Chalk Eagle chosen for the IBBY Italia Silent Books Honours List

Buy Chalk Eagle We’re delighted that IBBY Italia have chosen our book Chalk Eagle for their Silent Books Honours List! Chalk Eagle is a beautiful wordless picture book created by Nazli Tahvili, about a boy who uses his imagination to fly free like an eagle. After being nominated by IBBY UK, along with the fab Caged by Duncan Annand, it was chosen as one of the best silent books from publishers around the world. The list was…

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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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A Bottle of Happiness is utterly inspirational! – James Mayhew for BookTrust

Buy A Bottle of Happiness BookTrust have featured ten brilliant book illustrations that you need to check out right now, selected by James Mayhew. One of his selections was an image from A Bottle of Happiness by Ehsan Abdollahi. Find out more about his choice below! Author and illustrator James Mayhew has been tweeting his favourite book illustrations every day for almost a year – so we gave him the tricky task of picking just ten…

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Diversity Now! It is every reader’s right to find themselves in books!

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 and Ken-Wilson Max. This week we interviewed education professor Teresa Cremin, illustrator Joanna Scott and author Michael De Souza. Read their fab responses below!…

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