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Around the world with The Drum!

Buy The Drum Get into the spirit of The Drum with music from around the world! The Drum by Ken Wilson-Max is a colourful and fun picture book with gorgeous illustrations by Catell Ronca. The book is the first in our series ‘Children, Music, Life’. It gets young children moving and dancing to the rhythm of the drum! Listening to music is a great way to explore other cultures. The drum is one of the…

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A headteacher explains why he loves There’s Room for Everyone!

Buy There’s Room for Everyone Karl Duke, headteacher at Blyton cum Laughton CE Primary School told us how much he loved There’s Room for Everyone! He kindly sent us this fantastic review explaining why it was perfect for his school’s library and as an assembly read. Read it below! From the title page where a young child looks longingly skywards, to the view of the washing line where we find birds comfortably nestling together and observing the…

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Caged encourages children’s creativity and imagination! – Parents in Touch

Buy Caged We’re thrilled that the wonderful Parents in Touch reviewed our latest wordless picture book Caged as part of their collection of Fiction books for children aged 2-5 years! Caged is a witty tale, sharing a message of retribution and freedom, without using any words! It is Duncan Annand’s debut picture book. Read the wonderful review below! Wordless picture books are really hard to review, as writing about them seems to me to defeat the…

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Why Tiny Owl books are perfect for children!

by Phyllida Jacobs Buy Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me Buy The Elephant’s Umbrella Buy Will & Nill Anyone can tell you that I adore books, but what you might not know is that before I was at Tiny Owl, I worked as a teaching assistant in a kindergarten. I really enjoyed my time there, and I learned a lot. When you work with young children, you often find that they teach you as much as…

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Cinderella of the Nile is woven with hopeful words – Reading Zone

Buy Cinderella of the Nile  Read a wonderful review of Cinderella of the Nile by Kiran Satti for Reading Zone: This is an eclectic mix of fairy tale and folklore. The reader, or explorer of a new world, follows Rhodopis on her journey. It is a story woven with golden threads of hopeful words from characters who hold wisdom, courage and kindness – traits which enhance Rhodopis’ beauty. Her kind actions radiate a pure and…

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