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The New Baby and Me

A different approach to the coming of a new baby

Buy The New Baby and Me  Read a lovely review of The New Baby and Me from Books for Keeps. Five brothers, each quite different, are looking forward to the birth of a new sibling. They are convinced it will be a boy, and each of them thinks the baby will be like him. The first wants to be an explorer, the second a scientist, the third is determined to be an artist, the fourth a pirate, and the…

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Chalk Eagle has real value in the classroom – Laura Davies

An article from Laura Davies, an educational consultant  Buy Chalk Eagle  Wordless picture books have a real value in the classroom, opening up opportunities for development in literacy and communication in a way that can be far more inclusive than written text. Wordless picture books hold infinite stories within them and are open to individual interpretation with no limits on imaginative retellings. They are accessible at all reading levels and yet, within an educational setting, lessons…

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Cinderella of the Nile

Cinderella of the Nile

Cinderella of the Nile UK only £7.99 (paperback)   £12.99 (hardback) Only one copy left PRODUCT INFO Cinderella of the Nile is an Egyptian version of Cinderella is lovingly retold by the award-winning author Beverley Naidoo with vibrant and intricate illustrations by Marjan Vafaeian. This earliest known version of Cinderella is brought to life for the modern-day reader. Rhodopis is a Greek girl who is sold into slavery by bandits and taken to Egypt. Along…

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A wonderful day of children’s storytelling

Buy When I Coloured in the World Buy The Parrot and the Merchant Tiny Owl had a fantastic children’s reading event last year, featuring two of our titles: When I Coloured In the World and The Parrot and the Merchant. Tania Khostajeh and Caroline Chan read the stories, led singalongs and ran an arts and crafts activity where children could ‘colour your world’. Here you can watch a video of Tania reading The Parrot and…

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Tiny Owl books empower girls

Happy International Women’s Day! By Meghan Sullivan Happy International Women’s Day! Last week I heard a story from a family friend which made me so angry. She said that when her child was taken to hospital and she went along with the child’s dad all the questions were directed to her. When the dad tried to talk to the doctor he was ignored, and the doctor continued to focus on the mum. This story shows…

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