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A fantastic resource for children who are curious about veganism and vegetarianism – Mutually Inclusive

The Neighborhood Surprise really captures the warmth of a closely knit community Buy The Neighbourhood Surprise Check out this brilliant review of The Neighbourhood Surprise from Devyn over on their Instagram account mutually.inclusive Have a look!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Devyn (@mutually.inclusive) Watch the trailer for The Neighbourhood Surprise Watch an interview with Sarah van Dongen in her inspirational studio! Read a blog: The Neighborhood Surprise is now available in the US! Read a review:…

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With a diverse range of cultures, there is a real sense of celebrating community – What The Kids Read

Bright and vivid illustrations to bring the characters to life! Buy The Neighbourhood Surprise We’re delighted with this fantastic review of The Neighbourhood Surprise from What the Kids Read over on Instagram! Check it out.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by What The Kids Read (@whatthekidsread) Watch the trailer for The Neighbourhood Surprise Watch an interview with Sarah van Dongen in her inspirational studio! Visit our bookstore Download book posters Limited edition prints Subscribe to Tiny Owl on…

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A story of community, diversity, acceptance and love – Scope for Imagination

There is joy in doing something nice for others Buy The Neighbourhood Surprise Check out this fantastic review of The Neighbourhood Surprise from Kate Heap over on Scope for Imagination! Have a read below. The Neighbourhood Surprise is a lovely story of community, diversity, acceptance and love. Mrs Fig is moving to a retirement home. Koya and her friends, Hassan and Alex, love to spend time with her and are really going to miss her when…

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Sarah van Dongen’s illustrations for her wonderfully warm-hearted story are a joy to contemplate – Red Reading Hub

Full of rich pattern and detail Buy The Neighbourhood Surprise We’re delighted with this brilliant review of The Neighbourhood Surprise from Jill Bennett on Red Reading Hub! Have a read below. Redbird Road, where both Koya and Mrs Fig live, appears to have a strong community feel, with Koya and her friends, Hassan and Alex often visiting their elderly neighbour, and friend, Mrs Fig. She enjoys telling them stories of days gone by, creating costumes…

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