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Enjoy There’s Room for Everyone delivered in British Sign Language!

Celebrate Deaf Awareness Week and fly with Tiny Owl! 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…

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Read along: Dare

Buy Dare – Order now, pay later 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…

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Celebrate Deaf Awareness Week with Tiny Owl!

Celebrate Deaf Awareness Week with Fly with Tiny Owl! Buy When I Coloured in the World  Buy Felix After the Rain  Buy Dare 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…

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THREE Tiny Owl books make Bank Street’s Best Books List!

THREE Tiny Owl books make Bank Street’s Best Books List! Buy Grobblechops Buy When I Coloured in the World  Buy The Little Black Fish We are delighted to announce that THREE of our books have made the Bank Street Best Books list for 2020! Our brilliant books Grobblechops, When I Coloured in the World, and The Little Black Fish have been featured! Over 600 titles were selected by reviewers for literary quality as well as…

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Diversity Now! Are you in?

Introducing our campaign for inclusive books In 2018, CLPE (Centre for Literacy in Primary Education) published their report into the representation of BAME characters in children’s books, with some truly damning results. While 32% of school children in the UK are from BAME backgrounds, only 4% of children’s books have any BAME characters. Of these, only 1% had a BAME main character. Children from black, Asian and other minority backgrounds simply aren’t seeing themselves reflected…

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