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Meet the author of The Phoenix of Persia!

Buy The Phoenix of Persia The magical Phoenix of Persia has taken flight! We spoke to it author, the amazing storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton, to get her insights into this beautiful picture book. Why should people pick up a copy of The Phoenix of Persia? The book is exquisitely beautiful. I am so proud of it! There is so much for a reader to enjoy. It has  lush and radiant illustrations that have been done using…

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Thinker is an entertaining and empathetic story! – The School Library Journal

Buy Thinker The School Library Journal have written a fab review of Thinker: My Puppy Poet and Me! The book is published in the US by Sourcebooks. Read the review below! What if your dog could speak human words? When Jace and his family want to name their new puppy ‘something cute,’ the dog objects. ‘Uh-uh! No way! No way!/I’m deep and I’m a poet. No!/A cute name’s not OK.’ Naming him Thinker, Jace, who is…

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Meet children’s poet Lorna Gutierrez!

Buy Dare Introducing Lorna Gutierrez, the wonderful author of our upcoming book Dare! Lorna Gutierrez is an author and poet who enjoys making difficult subjects easier for children to understand. She has written two previous collections of poetry to encourage building self-esteem and confidence in children: Perfectly Imperfect and I Love Myself. Let Me Tell You Why. This is her first book with Tiny Owl. Dare is an inspirational poem full of messages of empowerment, encouragement…

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The Flute is a lovely choice for little ones! – Book Trust

Buy The Flute The amazing Book Trust have written a fab review of The Flute! They picked it as one of their ‘best new books’. Read the review below! In a bright meadow full of fruit and flowers, a boy plays a flute. As beautiful, multi-coloured butterflies flutter past, people and animals nestle down on the soft grass to listen to its mellow tune. Some children dance in the bright sun, listening to the flute…

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A roundup of our Diversity Now campaign!

We’ve been amazed by the overwhelmingly positive response to our Diversity Now campaign! We asked what ordinary people can do to make diverse and inclusive books more visible and available to the public. There have been some brilliantly insightful answers to the campaign from authors, illustrators, teachers, parents and librarians. We heard from some brilliant people like Jackie Morris, Elizabeth Laird, Ken Wilson-Max, Teresa Cremin, Jane Ray, Nicolette Jones and many more! We also had…

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