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A Bottle of Happiness is a perfect Christmas book!

Buy A Bottle of Happiness Still looking for that perfect Christmas gift for the young reader in your life? Check out A Bottle of Happiness! It’s a gorgeous picture book by Pippa Goodhart, that explores the value of possessions compared with the value of friendship and fun, through a simple and charming fable. This wonderful book has been highly acclaimed everywhere. It was longlisted for the UKLA Book Awards 2018. Both CLPE and children’s book…

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Caged is delicate and delightful! – Illustration magazine

Buy Caged Illustration Magazine featured our wordless picture book Caged by Duncan Annand in their list of the best new publications! Caged is a witty yet simply told story of freedom. Read their fab review below. A delicate and delightful wordless picture book that charts the construction of a massive aviary by two tiny top-hatted gentlemen. Their attempts to cage the birds fail when the entire construction collapses, leaving them as captives while the birds…

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Tiny Owl’s diverse books are a fantastic resource for schools – Laura Davies

Laura Davies tells us why she’s such a fan of Tiny Owl Books Translated children’s books are an important part of diverse literature, exposing children (and grown-ups) to a world of untold stories. Laura Davies explores the value of children’s literature in translation in Outside in World, looking specifically at Tiny Owl books. She gives her thoughts on why she loves Tiny Owl, and reviews some of our books with suggestions on how to use them in…

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Sharing feels good!

Buy The Elephant’s Umbrella It’s been wet and windy recently, so we’ve all had our brollies out this week! But have you ever heard of a talking umbrella? We’re celebrating our title The Elephant’s Umbrella, a perfect story for this season’s wet weather! Imagine if your umbrella could talk, or even choose its owner! Would it choose you? A gust of wind separates Elephant and Umbrella on a wet and windy day in the jungle. As…

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Creating a fairer children’s book market! An interview with Tiny Owl’s publishers

Tiny Owl have been to some fantastic events recently! We sat down to chat about how they went, the challenges of being an independent publisher, and what we can learn from meeting our readers. Read the interview below. You recently attended the South London Gallery Children’s Book Fair and the Museum of Childhood Christmas Designer Market. How did you find the experience? Karim: As publishers, it’s important that from time to time we meet people…

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