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An old legend with a powerful message for today! – NetGalley

Buy The Parrot and the Merchant NetGalley users have written some fantastic reviews of our book The Parrot and the Merchant! Read them below!   Amber’s review: How we show our love to others The Parrot and the Merchant is an old legend told with stunning illustrations and a focus on how we show our love to others. When a merchant catches and keeps things she loves, she doesn’t realize how much pain she is causing them.…

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Book Trust loves Grobblechops!

Buy Grobblechops It’s always wonderful to receive a review from Book Trust! They’ve written a fab review of Grobblechops. Read it below! Monsters are bad enough, but what about their parents? Elizabeth Laird’s new book answers just that question. Amir doesn’t want to go to bed. He’s afraid there might be a monster waiting in the dark. What if it has big teeth and growls like a lion? And even worse, what if the monster…

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Chalk Eagle is an exhilarating experience! – The Letterpress Project

Buy Chalk Eagle Terry Potter for The Letterpress Project has written a fab review of our wordless picture book Chalk Eagle! Read it below! A small boy living in the city can only dream of the freedom of flying in the wide spaces of the sky, soaring over green, open fields. He climbs up onto the roof of his house, lies on his back and watches an eagle as it rides the air currents, swooping and…

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Diverse stories are vital for a more empathetic and caring future – Sita Bramachari

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 author Sita Brahmachari and teacher Jon Biddle! We asked them: “32% of school children are BAME, but according to…

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Caged is a mini masterpiece!

Buy Caged Literacy magazine English 4-11 have written a fantastic review of our wordless picture book Caged by Duncan Annand. Read it below! Many of us feel we could write a children’s book. And a picture book would be an easy start, right? Some of the artists amongst us might even decide to produce a wordless picture book — even easier, right? Wrong. If you don’t believe me — give it a try. But Duncan…

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