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Is there really a monster under the bed?!

Our upcoming book Grobblechops is a tale of a monster under the bed with a twist. We took a look at why these stories are so popular. Pre-order Grobblechops If you’ve ever tucked a child into bed at night, you know the thing most likely to keep them (and you) from sleeping soundly. The Monster Under the Bed. You may have had the same fear yourself when you were a child. But why is terror…

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The Parrot and the Merchant is back, with a new cover!

Buy The Parrot and the Merchant Our lovely book The Parrot and the Merchant in both hardback and paperback formats is back in stock, and it has a beautiful new cover! This gorgeous book is illustrated by Marjan Vafaeian in her wonderfully unique style. The story celebrates freedom, and shows that if you truly love something you must let it fly free. It’s part of our Tales by Rumi series, which reinterprets the ancient poet’s stories.…

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The Parrot and the Merchant is rich and haunting – Letterbox Library

Buy The Parrot and the Merchant We are so glad to see that Letterbox Library enjoyed The Parrot and the Merchant! Written by Ali Seidabadi with enchanting illustrations by Marjan Vafaeian, this beautiful story is part of our Tales by Rumi series. It was chosen for the 2018 Read For Empathy Collection, a selection of books that help children boost their empathy skills! Letterbox Library celebrates diverse and inclusive children’s books. Read their fab review below! A…

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Grobblechops! A new book in our Tales by Rumi series

Pre-order Grobblechops Happy Halloween! We’ve been giving hints about our upcoming book on Twitter, revealing the cover one section at a time… And here it is! Amir’s worried about the monster under the bed! What if it has huge teeth and growls like a lion? What if it tries to eat him up? And what if the monster has a mum and dad too? But Dad reassures Amir that if the monster family comes to…

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Tiny Owl books chosen for World Kid Lit Month!

The amazing project World Kid Lit Month have chosen four of our books as some of the best new children’s books in translation! Just like Tiny Owl, they believe that children should be able to read diverse books that reflect reality. Throughout September, they’re celebrating children’s books from around the world with the hashtag #WorldKidlit. Read what they had to say below! Kids should always have access to a diverse range of writers and stories that…

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