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The Parrot and the Merchant is an enchanting story!

Buy The Parrot and the Merchant  Read a wonderful review of The Parrot and the Merchant by Louise Gahan for Reading Zone: The Parrot and the Merchant is a story based on a thirteenth century fable about a merchant who trades goods between Persia and India. However, the merchant this time takes shape as a woman Mah Jahan, who is depicted as a strong, self determined figure adorned with beautiful and exquisitely designed dresses. Interesting then…

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Tiny Owl is flying to the US!

Buy The Little Black Fish Buy Cinderella of the Nile Buy When I Coloured in the World Buy The Parrot and the Merchant Tiny Owl is flying to the United States! Publisher Delaram Ghanimifard explains how the company started, and its mission to create beautiful, inclusive picture books for everyone. Discover Tiny Owl’s first books to be published in the U.S.: The Little Black Fish, Cinderella of the Nile, When I Coloured in the World,…

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Thinker is another big win for Tiny Owl – Ed Finch

Buy Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me The fab teacher Ed Finch has written a wonderfully thoughtful Amazon review of Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me! Thinker is a heartwarming poetry book about a child poet and his talking puppy. Read the great review below! This charming book has more going on than you might immediately think. Thinker is a puppy who just happens to be able to speak, and what’s more he’s a poet –…

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Dare to inspire!

Lorna Gutierrez, author of ‘Dare’ on her visit to London Buy Dare Over the summer, Lorna Gutierrez, author of our upcoming picture book Dare, visited us all the way from America!  She wrote a lovely blog about her experience. Read it below! Recently, my family embarked on a vacation to Europe, with our first stop being London. I’ve been in love with London since I did a semester abroad in England some, I won’t say…

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Books for Keeps recommends There’s Room for Everyone

Buy There’s Room for Everyone Diane Barnes for Books for Keeps magazine wrote a fab review of There’s Room for Everyone by Anahita Teymorian! She gave it four stars. Read her review below! In this quirky book, the protagonist ponders that there was room for him to grow in his mother’s tummy, there was room for all of them in their little house, including all his toys, room for all the stars in the sky,…

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