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Hurrah! Quill Soup has been awarded a WHITE RAVEN by the International Youth Library Foundation!

Quill Soup is a White Raven 2020! Buy Quill Soup We are over the moon to announce that Quill Soup has been awarded a White Raven 2020! This vibrant and energetic tale, from Alan Durant and Dale Blankenaar, has been selected for International Youth Library Foundation’s annual catalogue of book recommendations in the field of international children’s and youth literature. This year’s “White Ravens” catalogue contains 200 titles in 36 languages from 56 countries! Read…

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Under the Great Plum Tree is a gorgeously reimagined story!

Under the Great Plum Tree has clear Persian and Mughal influences! Buy Under the Great Plum Tree We’re delighted with this wonderful Instagram review of Under the Great Plum Tree from author Mathangi Subramanian! Have a look! View this post on Instagram Happy #asianamericanpacificislanderheritagemonth! I recently got an assignment to write an early reader of #Hindu #FolkTales, and the experience was…murdery. So many of our ancient tales are brutal. That's why I so appreciate #UnderTheGreatPlumTree,…

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Under the Great Plum Tree featured in The Sunday Times!

The Sunday Times loves Under the Great Plum Tree! Buy Under the Great Plum Tree  We’re absolutely thrilled to see that Under the Great Plum Tree has been chosen as The Sunday Times’ ‘Watch Out For’ this week! Read their fantastic review here: In this retelling of an ancient Indian tale about a golden-hearted monkey and a duplicitous crocodile, traditional patterns are blended with a stylish modernity to make a bright, profusely decorative picturebook about…

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A familiar story with a twist in the tail

The Clever Mouse Author/illustrator: Anahita Taymorian Age: 4+ Key stage: 1   The Clever Mouse is available in paperback! This mousy love story with a heartwarming twist in the tail was praised by Outside in World for showing readers ‘the importance of respecting others and the value of true love and friendship’. I’m sure we can all see a bit of ourselves in Mr. Koochi the mouse – perhaps more than we’d like to admit!…

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