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Three reasons why you should follow Tiny Owl on social media

Do you follow Tiny Owl on social media? Visit our bookstore We are absolutely delighted to have reached nearly 5000 followers over on Instagram! We’re extremely grateful for all the support from our lovely friends. Here are three reasons why you should follow us on social media… Celebrate diverse children’s books As a small independent publisher, social media plays a vital role in getting our diverse and inclusive books out there for all to enjoy.…

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Gain access to exclusive activities!

Buy via our bookstore and gain access to quality activities!   With school, library, and bookshop closures, and the inevitable challenges facing the whole community over the next few months, we want to make it as easy as possible for families stuck at home. We’ve gathered a range of activities so that you can keep those little ones entertained. Let’s share the magic of stories! Buy one of the following books via our online bookstore,…

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Tiny Owl books are great for exploring feelings!

Tiny Owl books celebrate empathy and feelings! Buy The Elephant’s Umbrella Buy Fair Shares Buy Dare Buy Grobblechops The lovely people from the wonderful Readers that Care have featured not one, but FOUR of our books in their empathy collection! As part of their collection, they included The Elephant’s Umbrella, Fair Shares, Dare and Grobblechops! Read what they had to say below! Several customers have mentioned to me how they would like to use picture…

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Diversity is the debt we owe to all our readers – Jackie Morris

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. We kicked off by speaking to children’s author Elizabeth Laird and illustrator Jion Sheibani to get their ideas on what we can do to challenge the status quo. Our next interviews are with the amazing author and illustrator Jackie Morris and fab…

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