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Three Tiny Owl authors are nominated for Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award 2021!

Woohoo! There Tiny Owl illustrators are nominated! Buy Cinderella of the Nile Buy The Drum & The Flute Buy Alive Again The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award is the largest and most prestigious award for children’s and young adult literature in the world. It ‘rewards artistic activity of the very highest quality’, and gives recognition to literature from anywhere in the world that continues the author Astrid Lindgren’s lifelong campaign to promote peace, democracy and cooperation.…

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Tiny Owl celebrated for driving children’s literature forward in The Publishing Post!

Tiny Owl reflects the world we live in through a rich spectrum of colour! Visit our bookstore We’re over the moon to be part of Issue 6 of The Publishing Post! Tiny Owl have been featured in their article celebrating children’s literature, alongside other brilliant independent children’s publishers, Lantana Publishing and Nosy Crow! The Publishing Post is a wonderful new free magazine, creating inclusive, diverse content, with the aim to become a voice for people…

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Reflecting on the reality!

 A response to the results of CLPE’s report on diversity in children’s books  By Simran Divatia, a second-generation Indian based in Reading  The first time I read a book that had a main character that looked like me, I was 11. It was many years too late, because I had spent most of my childhood feeling as though the magical adventures, schoolgirl mischief or secret mysteries I so loved to read about were things that…

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Tiny Owl author shortlisted for Hans Christian Andersen Award

Buy Will & Nill We are thrilled to announce that the author of Will & Nill has been shortlisted for the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the world’s most prestigious international children’s book award. Farhad Hasanzadeh has been shortlisted for the award based on his literary quality, freshness, innovation, and relevance to children.  But the most exciting thing is that the award recognises the author’s ability to see from the child’s perspective, and to stretch their…

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Searching for stories of hope in a fearful world!

We had a wonderful time with the members of Picture Book Club at Waterstones Reading on Tuesday. Share in our excitement by reading a blog post by Picture Book Club founder Fiona Barker:    What a treat to welcome Tiny Owl to Picture Book Club in October at Waterstones in Reading. This independent publishing company with a passion for beautiful picture books has been creating quite a buzz lately so we felt especially honoured! Delaram…

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