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Step back in time with sassy snazzy Paris Cat!

The PURRfect escape this autumn! Buy Paris Cat Have you heard about our snazzy new book Paris Cat? From dynamic duo Dianne Hofmeyr and Piet Grobler, Paris Cat tells the story of Kitty’s adventures through the streets of Paris, looking for somewhere to belong. On her travels, she meets Edith Piaf and even performs with Josephine Baker! But is the spotlight really what she wants? Watch: Twit Twoo! Dive in to our superb summer books!…

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Watch the trailer for Paris Cat!

Buy Paris Cat Watch the trailer for Paris Cat written by Dianne Hofmeyr and illustrated by Piet Grobler! Join this sassy cat on a feline adventure of reinvention and staying true to your roots. Visit our bookstore Download book posters Limited edition prints Subscribe to Tiny Owl on YouTube!

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Paris Cat is deliciously quirky! – Red Reading Hub

Paris Cat celebrates pursuing your dreams but not forgetting where you come from! Buy Paris Cat We’re delighted with this wonderful review of Paris Cat from Red Reading Hub! Read Jill Bennett’s fabulous review below. Unlike the rest of her large family and many friends, there’s one Parisian Cat that wants to see more of the world than her smelly back-alley home. So, one wet night she enters a busy café where singer Edith Piaf,…

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A book about learning to fly and leaving the nest…

Read a wonderful review of A Bird Like Himself by Diana Barnes for Armadillo Magazine:  This picture book starts with a little bird hatching out of an egg, with a tiny ambulance driving away, but no parent, and the assorted animals around it attempting to look after the little bird.  He has a swing on the coils of a snake, and fox writes numbers on his teeth to help him learn.  (A suspension of disbelief…

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A wonderful visit to The Merlin School, Putney

By: Alice Ahearn* I was very excited to be invited to The Merlin School to read some of Tiny Owl’s stories to children! On Tuesday 9 May, I visited four reception classes during their morning lessons to read two Tiny Owl titles: A Bird Like Himself and The Elephant’s Umbrella. I picked these stories because they’re full of the joys of sharing and helping each other, which children are just learning for themselves at this age. Each class was a joy…

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