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Cinderella of the Nile illustrations echo ancient Egyptian art

Buy Cinderella of the Nile  By Meghan Sullivan For as long as I can remember I’ve been fascinated by the past and its relation to the present. The idea that through stories and art we are connected to people living thousands of years ago is incredible. It was this interest which inspired me to study Classics at university. While reading ancient myths and tales, or studying art, what struck me the most was not how different…

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Tiny Owl books are refreshing and lovely!- Jane Ray

An interview with illustrator and children’s author Jane Ray Visit our bookstore We like Jane Ray and she likes Tiny Owl books! She says “Tiny Owl books are wonderful! They’re so diverse, the illustrations are unusual and the colour schemes are just beautiful. I feel that what I’ve seen at Tiny Owl has its own energy, and is refreshing and lovely!” She’s one of a kind. Jane popped into our office on a hot muggy day in…

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A new arrival is exciting for the whole family!

An older sister shares how her family prepared for a new baby Buy The New Baby and Me  Every family prepares for a new arrival in slightly different ways. In our picture book The New Baby and Me, five brothers begin to prepare for the birth of a new sibling, and start making big plans! Older brothers and sisters can have a lot of involvement in how a family gets ready for a new addition. We…

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Caged out tomorrow!

Our latest wordless picture book is out tomorrow Buy Caged Fans of wordless picture books can celebrate the arrival of the third, and latest, book in our Wordless Picture Book series: Caged. Through beautiful pencil illustrations Caged tells the story of a bluebird who makes her nest next to the spot that two eccentric men have chosen for their latest construction. They have decided to create a huge palace to house many colourful parrots that they have captured.…

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Children from each Key Stage will be entranced by Cinderella of the Nile – Just Imagine

Buy Cinderella of the Nile  Read a wonderful review of Cinderella of the Nile by primary school practitioner Kiran Satti for Just Imagine: This is an eclectic mix of fairy tale and folklore. The reader, or explorer of a new world, follows Rhodopis on her journey. It is a story woven with golden threads of hopeful words from characters who hold wisdom, courage and kindness – traits which enhance Rhodopis’ beauty. Her kind actions radiate a pure and unrivalled…

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