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Inspirational – Thelittlelibrarythatcould

The Little Black Fish is a story about questioning limitations and being different!   Buy The Little Black Fish   We love this short but sweet review of The Little Black Fish from @thelittlelibrarythatcould! Read below!     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Little Library That Could (@thelittlelibrarythatcould)   A wonderful gallery of this book in the Guardian. Link An introduction by David Almond in the Guardian. Link Read more: The…

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The little Black Fish celebrates Acceptance and appreciation – Kids Read The World

The Little Black Fish encourages children to question norms and dare to be different!   Buy The Little Black Fish   What a great, in-depth review of The Little Black Fish, a Tiny Owl publication from 2016! Check out kidsreadtheworld‘s review below!       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Kids Read the World (@kidsreadtheworld)   Read More: A wonderful gallery of this book in the Guardian. Watch a fantastic puppet…

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Author of Will & Nill nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Award!

Buy Will & Nill We’re delighted that Tiny Owl author Farhad Hasanzadeh has been nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Award 2020! Farhad is the author of our book Will & Nill. Last year, he was included in the shortlist of just five brilliant authors from around the world. This highly prestigious award is often known as the Nobel Prize for children’s authors. The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) in Basel, Switzerland presents the…

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Tiny Owl author shortlisted for Hans Christian Andersen Award

Buy Will & Nill We are thrilled to announce that the author of Will & Nill has been shortlisted for the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the world’s most prestigious international children’s book award. Farhad Hasanzadeh has been shortlisted for the award based on his literary quality, freshness, innovation, and relevance to children.  But the most exciting thing is that the award recognises the author’s ability to see from the child’s perspective, and to stretch their…

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