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The importance of a little added kindness – kidlitismagic

Will the little girl help the old man to appreciate his flower?   Buy Bloom   Hooray for this fabulous review of Bloom by kidlitismagic! Check it out below!       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Eliana | Kid Lit Is Magic (@kidlitismagic)   Read: Woohoo! Bloom is The Sunday Times ‘Book of the Week’! Download: Check out teacher Ceridwen Eccles’s free mindfulness planning on TES! Watch: Spread kindness with…

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New gems at every re-reading – thewhiteravens.books

Discover new gems in every re-read with Quill Soup!   Buy Quill Soup   We’re loving this review of Quill Soup by thewhiteravens.books on Instagram! Check it out below!     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Int Jugendbibliothek (@thewhiteravens.books) Quill Soup is longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2020! Yay! Quill Soup is awarded a White Raven by the International Youth Library Foundation! Yippee! Illustrator Dale Blankenaar awarded a Golden…

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A familiar story with a twist in the tail

The Clever Mouse Author/illustrator: Anahita Taymorian Age: 4+ Key stage: 1   The Clever Mouse is available in paperback! This mousy love story with a heartwarming twist in the tail was praised by Outside in World for showing readers ‘the importance of respecting others and the value of true love and friendship’. I’m sure we can all see a bit of ourselves in Mr. Koochi the mouse – perhaps more than we’d like to admit!…

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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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Such a clever, beautifully crafted book!

Read a wonderful review of A Bird Like Himself by Mirrors windows doors: When an eclectic collection of animals come across an egg, they swiftly also find themselves cast in the role of parents.  What they lack in bird-ness, they make up for with love and dedication. As Bird grows, he benefits from the diverse breadth of experience that the different animals bring to their parenting. Play might be swinging from the curve of the…

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