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Hurrah! Nicola Davies’s Last is featured in the Guardian!

The Guardian features Last in their round-up of the best new picture books! Buy Last We’re ecstatic that Nicola Davies’s Last: The Story of a White Rhino has been featured in the Guardian’s round-up of the best new children’s books! Read what Imogen Russell-Williams had to say below. This month there’s an emphasis on change and transition, loss and hopefulness. In picture books, Nicola Davies’s Last (Tiny Owl) is inspired by the true story of Sudan,…

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Bloom is one of the Guardian’s best books of the month!

Bloom is a story of finding love in small things! Buy Bloom We’re delighted that Bloom has been featured the Guardian’s roundup of the best new picture books out now! It wonderful to see Robyn Wilson-Owen’s beautiful illustration being featured so prominently as part of the article. Read Imogen Russell Williams’ fantastic review below. Warm, consoling, funny and sad, this month’s picture books offer something for every mood. From Anne Booth and Robyn Wilson-Owen, Bloom (Tiny Owl)…

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When I Coloured in the World featured in the Guardian’s top books for lockdown life!

When I Coloured in the World gives children a wonderful creative agency! Buy When I Coloured in the World  We’re delighted that When I Coloured in the World featured in the Guardian as a top picture book for bringing imagination into your home! Check out what they had to say below!   When I Coloured in the World by Ahmadreza Ahmadi, illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi Ahmadi’s tale of a child who is given a box of…

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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is one of the Guardian’s best books of 2019!

The Guardian love the beautiful illustrations in The Secret of the Tattered Shoes Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes What brilliant news to kick off December! We’re over the moon that Imogen Russell Williams from The Guardian has chosen The Secret of the Tattered Shoes as one of the best children’s books of 2019, despite only being published at the end of September! It was wonderful to see Ehsan Abdollahi’s illustrations featured right at…

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Public outcry and support for illustrator Ehsan Abdollahi

This beautiful illustration is Iranian illustrator Ehsan Abdollahi’s response to the frustrating delay in the process of obtaining his visa, so that he can attend this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival. Ehsan has been named illustrator in residence for the event, and despite providing all of the required documentation and information, has yet to have his application for a visitor’s visa approved. His illustration here is a self-portrait, similar to his illustration for The Freedom…

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