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Tiny Owl is committed to responding to the multicultural nature of British society – Czech Literacy Centre

Trends in British literature for children Visit our bookstore The Czech Literary Centre have shared a fascinating series on trends in literature for children and young adults throughout Europe. In December they included a focus on Britain, and we’re delighted that we were recognised for our commitment to publishing multicultural books, alongside brilliant fellow indie publishers Lantana and Book Island! Read a short snippet below. You can read the whole article here.   An ongoing…

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Tiny Owl needs YOU! Pledge your support today!

Donate today! Diverse-led Tiny Owl faces extreme financial pressure at the moment. As result of the pandemic our costs are growing, and many of our projects for this year have been put on hold. Unfortunately, our application for Arts Council England emergency funding was rejected recently. But instead of that getting us down, it was your kind support which has given us a glimmer of hope as we look towards the future. Your support will…

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What to read on National Read a Book Day!

What to read on National Read A Book Day! Visit our bookstore Looking for your child’s next book or a reading list which covers a certain theme? We know it can be a bit overwhelming trying to choose what to read, so to celebrate upcoming National Read A Book Day on Sunday 6th September, we’ve put together a few book lists covering a range of themes for you to explore! Discover some of our most recent…

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Download a FREE Paris Cat poster!

Buy Paris Cat Download a free poster with gorgeous artwork from Paris Cat by Piet Grobler! A sassy cat from the back alleys of Paris believes she is quite different to the rest of the rabble. She can do anything she sets her mind to – even if others don’t think so. Leaving her cat family behind, she sets off to explore Paris. Cat meets legendary singer Edith Piaf, creates her own stunning designs at…

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Most children love simple philosophical stories!

Is philosophy too complicated for children? Visit our bookstore Is philosophy too complicated for children? The short answer is of course not! Children are naturally curious! They are always willing and wanting to learn. Parents, teachers, and older siblings are used to the string of ‘why?’ questions that children come up with when introduced to a new concept/experience. Instead of the easy response of ‘I’ll tell you when you’re older’ – with the hope that…

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