Menu Close

Tiny Owl needs YOU! Tiny Owl launches emergency crowdfund to survive the pandemic

Help diversity-led Tiny Owl continue publishing unique and inspiring stories! Visit our bookstore Donate here Tiny Owl needs £25,000 to survive the next few difficult months, to ensure that they can continue to publish beautiful books that reflect the diversity of our world and the people in it. Indeed, now more than ever, access to diverse and inclusive books for children is essential in developing tolerance, acceptance and empathy, and building bridges to new experiences.…

Share

Under the Great Plum Tree comes from an ancient Indian collection of fables – Ivy’s Library

Under the Great Plum Tree is all about choosing your friends wisely… Buy Under the Great Plum Tree We’re delighted with this wonderful review of Under the Great Plum Tree from Ivy’s Library! Read Shelley John’s review below. I am a tiny bit fascinated by the animal fables which have been passed down through many generations and cultures. I love trying to piece together the moral at the core of the story and the fact…

Share

Three Tiny Owl authors are nominated for Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award 2021!

Woohoo! There Tiny Owl illustrators are nominated! Buy Cinderella of the Nile Buy The Drum & The Flute Buy Alive Again The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award is the largest and most prestigious award for children’s and young adult literature in the world. It ‘rewards artistic activity of the very highest quality’, and gives recognition to literature from anywhere in the world that continues the author Astrid Lindgren’s lifelong campaign to promote peace, democracy and cooperation.…

Share

Check out WorldKidLit’s #FlyWithTinyOwl recommendations!

Tiny Owl have been showcasing some wonderful translated books! – World Kid Lit Buy The Little Black Fish Buy There’s Room for Everyone  Buy When I Coloured in the World WorldKidLit have been enjoying our #FlyWithTinyOwl video series. Check out their top recommendations below! During lockdown, many publishers, booksellers and libraries have been thinking creatively to ensure children still have access to new and existing titles. One area of this that is flourishing is online…

Share