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Win a book for World Book Night!

By Meghan Sullivan Buy The Clever Mouse  When I was younger the best part of my day was when I could clamber into bed and read. Whether it was listening to my mum tell me stories she had made-up on the spot, or reading fantastic tales of magical schools, I would never want the stories to end. Those early days ignited my love of reading. So, it’s fantastic that the 23rd April is World Book Night:…

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stories have long long legs!

Buy A Bird Like Himself  Buy The Clever Mouse  Last week we received amazing Simplified Chinese versions of Anahita Teym A Bird Like Himself, written and illustrated by Anahita Teymorian. Anahita’s other book for Tiny Owl, The Clever Mouse, has also been translated into Italian and Complex Chinese. It’s so encouraging to see this lovely stories spread across the globe, and be read by people all around the world. These translations have inspired Anahita to write these lovely words…

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Kindness is a thread throughout our stories

Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day! A day to encourage acts of kindness in all aspects of life, and to serve as a reminder that every day there are opportunities to be kind to others. Tiny Owl Publishing strongly values giving to others and treating others with respect, and the essence of kindheartedness is a thread throughout our children’s stories, particularly The Clever Mouse and The Orange House.   Mr Koochi, a very clever mouse, seeks…

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Video: learn the true meaning of love with The Clever Mouse

What’s more important in love – a beautiful spouse, or a kind and courageous one? The answer might seem obvious, but learning it isn’t so easy… Below you can watch the introductory video for The Clever Mouse! Mr Koochi is a mouse on a mission. He builds himself a house and grows his own food. ‘Clever me!’ he thinks. All he needs now is a wife. He decides that a princess wife would suit him…

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Jackie Morris recommends Tiny Owl books for refugees

When we think of helping refugees, often the first things to come to mind are the basic essentials: food and shelter, healthcare, clothing. But we should remember too that there are other things that will help someone displaced from their home, far away from everything they know, to turn a survival back into a life. Turning a house into a home can be key to this. What’s one way to do that? With books! Back…

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