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Take a small step to make a BIG difference!

Donate Tiny Owl Books to Doorstep Library Share the magic of reading this season! You might have heard the shocking statistic from the charity National Literacy Trust, published earlier this week, that more than 380,000 children in the UK do not have a book of their own. The findings suggest that this is likely to have a knock-on effect on a whole generation of reader’s skills, enjoyment and wellbeing. This time last year Cressida Cowell,…

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Take your class on a donating adventure!

Donate Tiny Owl books to Doorstep Library! Teachers! What about putting a spare change donations jar in the classroom? Last week, we were thrilled when a teacher got in touch with one of the team to let us know about her fantastic idea to support our donations campaign! Catherine Harney – a wonderful teacher from a primary school in Holborn – told us she’d been looking for ways her class could give something back to…

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Give the gift of reading this Christmas!

Donate Tiny Owl books to Doorstep Library!   Give the gift of reading to over 500 vulnerable children this Christmas and donate Tiny Owl books! According to Doorstep Library, 1 in 3 children have never been read a bed time story. For children, routine is comforting and reassuring. That is why fairytales often begin with ‘Once upon a time’ or a story finishes with ‘The end’. Doorstep Library visit hundreds of vulnerable children each week, to…

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Why is access to diverse children’s books so crucial?

Donate Tiny Owl books to Doorstep Library in time for Christmas! Why is access to diverse children’s books so crucial? In 2019 we shouldn’t be asking questions like this, but we still need to. You might have seen Gwendolyn Smith’s insightful piece in The Guardian over the weekend. In it, she talks about how children’s books have the power to shape us as adults. She notes that ‘the books we encounter as children are the ones to which…

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Why donate Tiny Owl books for Christmas?

Donate Tiny Owl books for our Christmas campaign in aid of Doorstep Library! Written by Sorċa Davis, Tiny Owl intern I am the new intern here at Tiny Owl and I feel privileged to be part of a truly diverse publishing house. I grew up in north London, but my family are Irish – which explains my difficult-to-pronounce name! As a child, a rich culture of children’s books was available to me, and that is…

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