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There’s Room for Everyone promotes harmony and tolerance – Scope for Imagination

We can live together in kindness, peace and love Buy There’s Room for Everyone Check out this wonderful review of There’s Room for Everyone from Scope for Imagination! Read it below. This insightful story is told from a child’s innocent, positive point of view. There is enough room in the house for all of his toys, enough room for the stars in the sky, enough room for birds in the garden and fish in the…

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Coping with Change – Alive Again brings us hope

Staying Hopeful Through Change Buy Alive Again  As lockdown is slowly easing, we are able to go outside for longer, see our friends from a distance, and some can even go back to school! The phased reopening of schools has put a lot of pressure on teachers and schools over the last few weeks. As changes take place, things need to be done in the safest manner possible. Extra thought and care must go into…

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Bloom is here at a time when we most need it – Read It, Daddy

Love can conquer all! Buy Bloom  We’re delighted with this wonderful timely review of Bloom from Read It, Daddy! Have a read of this wonderful review below. There’s a lot to be said for books that offer hope – and though at the time we write this review we’re still in lockdown, and summer still seems like a million miles away (despite the weather warming up and the sun shining outside), here’s a book that…

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Jo Cummins reads There’s Room for Everyone!

Buy There’s Room for Everyone As part of our Fly with Tiny Owl series, we’ve gathered a range of read along and how-to videos from our fabulous authors and illustrators so that you can keep those little ones entertained. 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. Let’s share the…

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Woohoo! Bloom is The Sunday Times Book of the Week!

Buy Bloom  We are thrilled that Bloom written by Anne Booth and illustrated by Robyn Wilson-Owen is The Sunday Times ‘Children’s book of the week’! Read a snippet of Nicolette Jones’ wonderful review below. This picturebook is the story of a flower that blooms when it is spoken to kindly by a little girl, and droops when it is hectored by the self-important man who owns it — a metaphor for how we should treat…

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