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Introducing ‘Hope in A Scary World’ series

Pre-Order There’s Room for Everyone Looking into the belly of your telly can offer up some terrifying images for both adults and children! In this interview with Tiny Owl publisher Delaram Ghanimifard, we talk about how these frightening images inspired the new series of books ‘Hope in a Scary World’, and the importance of hope and kindness in children’s books. The series is launching with Anahita Teymorian’s There’s Room for Everyone, but this exciting and meaningful…

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The story of Tiny Owl

An article By Delaram Ghanimifard, the publisher at Tiny owl Publishing for The Federation of Children’s Book Group (FCBG) I came to the UK with my family in 2010 to start my PhD studies in sociology. The first months of our immigration were difficult. Even before we came here, I worried about every simple thing, like where we were going to live, children’s school, the weather, money, and the different language I had to communicate with.…

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We are about a peaceful diverse society

An illuminating interview with Tiny Owl’s publisher   Read a wonderful interview with Delaram Ghanimifard, co-founder of Tiny Owl, by fab Jo Bowers for the English Association’s English 4 – 11 magazine.   Tiny Owl is an independent book publisher of picture books that support a peaceful and diverse society. They are currently working on a project called Intercultural Bridge, pairing authors and illustrators from different countries. Jo Bowers recently interviewed them to find out…

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Meeting the Tiny Owls in their Tiny Nest!

Read a wonderful article by Karen Argent of The Letterpress Project, about her visit to Tiny Owl HQ in May… Meeting the Tiny Owls in their Tiny Nest I was delighted to be invited to interview the people behind ‘Tiny Owl’ as a result of a conversation with my author friend, Beverley Naidoo who is currently working with this creative small successful publishing company to produce what sounds like another really interesting picture book. This…

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Abdollahi’s ‘dandelions of happiness’ on The Bookseller front cover

Tiny Owl illustrator Ehsan Abdollahi has celebrated his recent visit to the UK by illustrating The Bookseller‘s editorial front cover for the August issue. The cover features Pim, the main character from A Bottle of Happiness and plentiful dandelions, a symbol of happiness in Persian culture. The result is a wonderful splash of colour bringing messages of hope and happiness to the publishing world. Benedicte Page, Deputy Editor of The Bookseller, wrote about Tiny Owl and the…

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