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Check out our mindful activities for World Mental Health Day!

Mental health matters! Visit our bookstore With all of the challenges facing the whole community over the last few months, our mental health, and our children’s mental health, is extremely important at the moment. We’ve gathered all of our favourite mindful activities in one place, for you to enjoy in the classroom or at home, to help you feel calm and relaxed. We were lucky enough to get feedback from the wonderful Shelley Smith, psychotherapist…

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Felix After the Rain will help children who might feel overwhelmed by recent events – A Library Lady

Children are encouraged to communicate their worries Buy Felix After the Rain  We’re delighted with this fantastic review of Felix After the Rain from A Library Lady as part of her favourite books of 2020 so far! Read Anne Thompson’s review below. This is such a beautiful book. Wonderful illustrations which encourage the reader to linger combine with a rich text to create something that will comfort and reassure. Felix is unhappy. He carries a large…

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Bloom is here at a time when we most need it – Read It, Daddy

Love can conquer all! Buy Bloom  We’re delighted with this wonderful timely review of Bloom from Read It, Daddy! Have a read of this wonderful review below. There’s a lot to be said for books that offer hope – and though at the time we write this review we’re still in lockdown, and summer still seems like a million miles away (despite the weather warming up and the sun shining outside), here’s a book that…

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Returning to School – Books for Topics recommends two Tiny Owl books 

Emotional Reading – Books for Topics recommends some useful titles! Buy Grobblechops  Buy When I Coloured in the World Schools reopening is an important event in this lockdown. With the easing of rules and the slow return to normal life, children will have many conflicting feelings about the upcoming changes. The fabulous Books for Topics has compiled a list of books highlighting different emotions the reopening may evoke in children. Tiny Owl are lucky enough to…

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