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Felix After the Rain is ideal for Year 3s – Headmaster Simon Smith

Felix After the Rain is picked as a top recommended read for Year 3 students!   Buy Felix After the Rain   We feel so happy that another one of our books has made it onto these lists of recommended reads by headmaster Simon Smith! This time it’s wonderful Felix After the Rain being recommended for Year 3 students. Take a look below!   Felix after the Rain by Dunga Jogan and Olivia Helliwell Felix’s…

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Let’s Interview Author & Illustrator Hazel Terry!

We interview a debut author Hazel Terry about her upcoming book Rock and Roll!   Buy Rock and Roll   With only one month to go until Rock and Roll hits the shelves, we took the chance to interview debut author and illustrator Hazel Terry, and find out all about her! Watch below!     Visit our bookstore Download book posters Limited edition prints Subscribe to Tiny Owl on YouTube!  

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Discover fun Bloom activities!

Discover fun Bloom activities! Buy Bloom  Bloom is the perfect book for young children to talk about feelings, as well as positive thinking and empathy. We’ve put together some fun activities for your children so they can start thinking about the world around them and how they can help others. Check them out below! Download a complete activity pack here. Watch how you can press flowers for loved ones and spread positivity here! Download a…

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Make your own nature crown!

Bring nature into your homes! Visit our bookstore Tiny Owl books are jam-packed full of the wonders of nature! From the blossom on the trees and the hum of the breeze in Felix After the Rain, to the sea bursting full of fish in There’s Room for Everyone, our books celebrate the natural world and being outdoors. Why not have a go at bringing the outside IN, with our wild crown activity?     Fun activities you…

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Books to save the mother earth

Buy Alive Again Buy The Orange House   By Meghan Sullivan Happy Earth Day! The day before it I went out for a walk and saw all the blossom on the trees. It reminded me that nature is so wonderful, and so vital for our lives. What would we do without the honey from the bees, or the wheat from the fields? But as cars whizzed by, I was also reminded that the way we live hurts nature.…

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