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Discover our new catalogue for 2020!

Our catalogue for 2020 is available to view now!  Exciting news! We’re delighted to share our beautiful new catalogue for 2020!      It’s packed full of gorgeous picture books, including exciting new titles as well as old favourites. Our exciting new titles for 2020 are: ‘Felix After the Rain’ by Dunja Jogan, ‘Paris Cat’ by Dianne Hofmeyr and illustrated by Piet Grobler, ‘Bloom’ by Anne Booth and illustrated by Robyn Wilson-Owen, ‘Where’s Baby Elephant?’ by Ali…

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Discover our new autumn catalogue!

We’re delighted to share our beautiful new catalogue for Autumn 2019!   It’s packed full of gorgeous picture books, including exciting new titles and old favourites. Our fab new titles for autumn are: ‘Fair Shares‘ by Pippa Goodhart and Anna Doherty, ‘The Secret of the Tattered Shoes‘ by Jackie Morris and Ehsan Abdollahi, and ‘Under the Great Plum Tree‘ by Sufiya Ahmed and Reza Dalvand. We’re so excited to share these great books with you!…

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Publishers Weekly celebrate Tiny Owl coming to the US!

Tiny Owl books will soon be available in the US! Our publisher Delaram Ghanimifard spoke to Pamela Brill for Publishers Weekly about this exciting move and the history of Tiny Owl. Read the article below! Drawing upon a rich history of Iranian culture, while instilling a sense of tolerance and understanding in young readers, is the mission for the U.S. launch of Tiny Owl. The London-based children’s book imprint is set to enter the U.S. this…

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Creating a fairer children’s book market! An interview with Tiny Owl’s publishers

Tiny Owl have been to some fantastic events recently! We sat down to chat about how they went, the challenges of being an independent publisher, and what we can learn from meeting our readers. Read the interview below. You recently attended the South London Gallery Children’s Book Fair and the Museum of Childhood Christmas Designer Market. How did you find the experience? Karim: As publishers, it’s important that from time to time we meet people…

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The story of Tiny Owl

An article By Delaram Ghanimifard, the publisher at Tiny owl Publishing for The Federation of Children’s Book Group (FCBG) I came to the UK with my family in 2010 to start my PhD studies in sociology. The first months of our immigration were difficult. Even before we came here, I worried about every simple thing, like where we were going to live, children’s school, the weather, money, and the different language I had to communicate with.…

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