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Catell Ronca with The Drum

I wanted the colours to communicate life – Catell Ronca

An interview with illustrator Catell Ronca Buy The Drum Catell Ronca is the illustrator of The Drum, which is the first book in our new Children.Music.Life. series. She lives and works in Switzerland and we interviewed her about The Drum and music in general. Read it below: What three words would you use to describe The Drum? Life, joy, self-expression. Did you play any musical instruments growing up? Yes, the piano, the guitar, the recorder,…


Little Eli; a treasure for all ages, child to adult

Buy Little Eli Read a lovely review of Little Eli by Gleebooks: Here is an example of something you just have to see for yourself, as no description does true justice to the exquisite beauty of these three wordless picture books in a presentation box. Little Eli the dragonfly yearns to build the tallest towers he possibly can, and starts with a pack of cards, a box of eggs and a set of pencils. Each of the three…

The New Baby and Me

The New Baby and me; a story about identity and imagination

An interview with debut author Christine Kidney Buy The New Baby and Me  Christine Kidney is the author of our newest release: The New Baby and Me. She graduated from Cambridge with an English degree, after which she worked in publishing as an editor. We interviewed her about parenting, working with Hoda Haddadi and The New Baby and Me. You can read it below: How would you sum up The New Baby and Me? A little…


Tiny Owl books empower girls

Happy International Women’s Day! By Meghan Sullivan Happy International Women’s Day! Last week I heard a story from a family friend which made me so angry. She said that when her child was taken to hospital and she went along with the child’s dad all the questions were directed to her. When the dad tried to talk to the doctor he was ignored, and the doctor continued to focus on the mum. This story shows…


Tiny Owl author Eloise Greenfield given lifetime achievement award!

Pre-order Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me  Fantastic news! Eloise Greenfield has been awarded the Coretta Scott King-Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement. The prestigious award celebrates an African American author or illustrator who has made a significant and lasting contribution to literature. Eloise was born in North Carolina and grew up in Washington where she still lives. She has published over 40 books, of which many have won awards, such as the Coretta Scott King…