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Most children love simple philosophical stories!

Is philosophy too complicated for children? Visit our bookstore Is philosophy too complicated for children? The short answer is of course not! Children are naturally curious! They are always willing and wanting to learn. Parents, teachers, and older siblings are used to the string of ‘why?’ questions that children come up with when introduced to a new concept/experience. Instead of the easy response of ‘I’ll tell you when you’re older’ – with the hope that…

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Anne Booth shares the inspiration behind writing for hope!

Anne Booth encourages us all to persevere, even in these tough times! Buy Bloom  Anne Booth, author of Bloom, shares the inspiration behind her beautiful, hopeful writing with An Awfully Big Blog Adventure. Have a read below. Focus on the cushion by Anne Booth My husband told me that, in the 1970s, a footballer called Malcolm MacDonald, a striker for Newcastle United, talked about making your strengths so strong that your weaknesses don’t matter. It…

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Thinker just sings from the pages! – Mamma Filz

The poetry is rhythmic and fun! Buy Thinker We’re delighted with this wonderful review of Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me! Have look below! View this post on Instagram I don’t have many children’s poetry books in my home. Some I have are ones I used when I first started teaching and now my girlies enjoy them. Are there many poetry books on your shelves? Some of you may remember this book that I shared…

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New in Paperback Book Bundle!

Buy our book bundles We’ve got all our most recent paperback releases in one superb bundle! Add to your Tiny Owl book collection and save money with this fantastic bundle! Grobblechops – A timeless tale of monsters under the bed, lovingly told by the award-winning author Elizabeth Laird and illustrated by Jenny Lucander. Grobblechops was featured in BookTrust’s Great Books Guide for 2019 and was even selected as a top book for mental health by…

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Bloom is one of the Guardian’s best books of the month!

Bloom is a story of finding love in small things! Buy Bloom We’re delighted that Bloom has been featured the Guardian’s roundup of the best new picture books out now! It wonderful to see Robyn Wilson-Owen’s beautiful illustration being featured so prominently as part of the article. Read Imogen Russell Williams’ fantastic review below. Warm, consoling, funny and sad, this month’s picture books offer something for every mood. From Anne Booth and Robyn Wilson-Owen, Bloom (Tiny Owl)…

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