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The Little Black Fish is food for thought!

Buy The Little Black Fish Oxford Brookes student Ellie Labbett loved The Little Black Fish! She had some fascinating insights into the underlying themes behind this seemingly simple tale. She wrote a wonderful review on Goodreads. Read it below! A story about breaking free and thinking differently to those around you. The Little Black Fish wishes to see sights beyond the constraints of the stream, and dares to contemplate a life that goes further the…

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Beloved children’s story The Little Black Fish celebrates 50th birthday!

Buy The Little Black Fish 2018 is a very special year for a very special little fish! It marks the 50th year of the classic Iranian children’s book, The Little Black Fish! Written by the late Samad Behrangi, and illustrated Hans Christian Andersen Award winner Farshid Mesghali, this is a well loved story, that encourages readers to be bold and brave! Initially, it was banned in pre-revolutionary Iran, due to its daring message. It shares a message…

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Immortal courage of The Little Black Fish

Celebrating 50 years of this classic children’s story with a reflection on the messages it shares Buy The Little Black Fish There are so many stories of adventure. Children’s books paint the image of a world ready to be explored, and Samad Behrangi’s The Little Black Fish is no exception. It tells the story of a brave little fish who is full of big questions, and is determined to find his answers and follow his…

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Watch a fantastic puppet performance of The Little Black Fish

Buy The Little Black Fish One little fish has been loved through generations in Iran, by grandfathers and grandmothers, children, and grandchildren. This year that special fish turned 50, and the momentous occasion was celebrated with a fantastic puppet performance, birthday party, and (lots of) cake. All of this happened at Hay Book Festival. Hereford College of Arts and The Fetch Theatre teamed up to bring The Little Black Fish to life, allowing a new generation of children…

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Tiny Owl goes on a big adventure to Hay

Buy Cinderella of the Nile  Buy The Drum  Buy The Little Black Fish This week, on the 30th May, Tiny Owl went on an adventure to Hay Book Festival, where Tiny Owl authors Beverley Naidoo (Cinderella of the Nile) and Ken Wilson-Max (The Drum) took part in events. There was also an extra-special puppet show, performed by Performing Arts and Music students from Hereford College of Arts in collaboration with the Fetch Theatre Company using puppets created especially…

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