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We’re over the moon to be part of Issue 6 of The Publishing Post! Tiny Owl have been featured in their article celebrating children’s literature, alongside other brilliant independent children’s publishers, Lantana Publishing and Nosy Crow!

The Publishing Post is a wonderful new free magazine, creating inclusive, diverse content, with the aim to become a voice for people trying to break into the industry and also those who wish to learn more about the publishing industry!

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The Bookseller recently published an article that drew attention to the lack of review space given to children’s books. So, over in the children’s team, we thought it only right to offer up our space this issue to showcase some of the many new children’s books that will be published this Autumn.

An often-overlooked part of the industry, children’s publishing plays a crucial role in creating life-long readers, and it goes without saying that inspiring a passion for reading at a young age is a brilliant means through which to support a child’s development.

Without children’s books being there to encourage young readers to be curious, imaginative and inspired to dream big, there would be no future audience for the rest of the publishing industry. This issue we have chosen our top picks from the independent children’s publishers paving the way.

Tiny Owl Publishing

Established in 2015, Tiny Owl’s focus lies with discovering beautiful books that are not only visually breath-taking but also distinct in the ideas that they convey. Ideas about friendship and the diverse world we live in are reflected in the rich spectrum of colour and flawless illustrations contained within each book. Here’s a peek at what’s new at Tiny Owl:

Where’s Baby Elephant? is full of surprises!

Where’s Baby Elephant? by Ali Khodai

HB Publication 1 October 2020

Brightly coloured images will delight young children in this adorable flap book. With surprises on each page, it is the perfect way to excite young children about the world around them and create a passion for animals.

Nicola Davies’ illustrative debut

Last: The Story of a White Rhino by Nicola Davies

PB Publication 24 September 2020

Based on a true story, this is Davies’ illustrative debut about a rhinoceros living in a world of grey misery. But as the colour returns, so too does the reminder not to give up hope.

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