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Chalk Eagle is richly evocative – Achuka

Buy Chalk Eagle Fab children’s book blog Achuka have recommended our wordless picture book Chalk Eagle! Read their fab review below! A richly evocative sequence of silkscreen illustrations using a limited palette of green and blue creates a wordless picture book that is a beautifully produced work of art. “The story of Chalk Eagle is based on a memory of my husband’s childhood. His name is Amin and he loves bird and horses. When he…

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Show every child the joy of stories!

Why it’s so important to make children’s books fun! by Maleeha Mir Growing up, I never used ‘books’ and ‘fun’ in the same sentence – they were polar opposites in my mind. But now that I’m older and wiser, I know that wasn’t the case at all – I just hadn’t found the right book! I mean the one that would open my eyes to a thousand enchanting worlds, introduce me to a million marvellous characters,…

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Tiny Owl books chosen for World Kid Lit Month!

The amazing project World Kid Lit Month have chosen four of our books as some of the best new children’s books in translation! Just like Tiny Owl, they believe that children should be able to read diverse books that reflect reality. Throughout September, they’re celebrating children’s books from around the world with the hashtag #WorldKidlit. Read what they had to say below! Kids should always have access to a diverse range of writers and stories that…

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There are so many ways to enjoy Caged! – Eye Magazine

Buy Caged We love this review of Caged from Eye magazine! Caged is a fun and witty wordless picture book that promotes a positive message of freedom. They have come up with some fantastic suggestions for how to enjoy the book with children! Find out what they said below! The old saying goes that ‘a picture paints a thousand words’, which is more often than not true, as is the case here. This wonderful book is…

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The Drum is a powerful celebration for all ages – Research Rich Pedagogies

Buy The Drum We are so happy to see The Drum reviewed in Research Rich Pedagogies‘ Top Texts for September! Ken Wilson-Max’s picture book lets babies and up experience the joy of rhythm and music. It is the first book in our Children. Music. Life. series, which explores musical instruments from around the world. Read the fantastic review below! As soon as we see the front cover of The Drum, there is no doubt about what we are in…

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