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The New Baby and Me celebrates childrens’ creativity! – The Letterpress Project

Buy The New Baby and Me Karen Argent for The Letterpress Project has written a fantastic review of The New Baby and Me by Christine Kidney and Hoda Haddadi! Read it below! What could be more exciting than the imminent arrival of a new baby in a family? This is the positive message from the very first page of this delightful new picture book published by Tiny Owl. The cover shows a sleeping baby at…

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Cinderella of the Nile is richly hued and intricately detailed! – Publishers Weekly

Buy Cinderella of the Nile U.S. based publishing journal Publishers Weekly have written a fab review of Cinderella of the Nile! American fans of Tiny Owl can get your hands on it in July. Read the review below! The ancient Mediterranean slave trade drives the plot of this 2,000-year-old legend retold by Naidoo. A girl named Rhodopis (Greek for “rosy-cheeked”) is celebrated for her beauty, but pirates know that “a girl like this could be…

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Meet the author of The Flute!

An interview with Ken Wilson-Max Buy The Drum Buy The Flute Meet Ken Wilson-Max, author of our series Children. Music. Life! So far Ken has published two books in this fun musical series for early years: The Drum and now The Flute. Children. Music. Life. introduces very young children to the joy of music. The series is illustrated by Swiss artist Catell Ronca. We spoke to him about the inspiration behind his new book, which celebrates…

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How sad and strange not to explore our diversity that can open minds! – Beverley Naidoo

Tiny Owl’s campaign for more visibility for diverse books continues! Children from BAME backgrounds aren’t seeing themselves reflected in the books they read. We launched our campaign Diversity Now! to try and change this. So far we’ve had fantastic responses from people like author Elizabeth Laird and illustrator Jackie Morris. This week we spoke to Carnegie Award-winning author Beverley Naidoo, book blogger Read It Daddy, and librarian Matt Imrie! We asked them: “32% of school…

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Caged took my breath away! – Lesley McFarlane

How Caged can be used in a classroom Buy Caged  The third addition to our Wordless Picture Book series is Caged. We asked Lesley McFarlane, a teaching assistant, how she thinks that this wonderful book could be used in the classroom. Lesley is a mum to three grown up children and very proud grandmother to two grandsons. She has worked in primary schools for around twenty-five years, and her biggest passion has always been to help children along…

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