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Tiny owl Catalogue

New 2020 Titles



Dianne Hofmeyr Illustrated by Piet Grobler May 2020 (pg 32)

Dunja Jogan

February 2020 (pg 28)


Anne Booth Illustrated by Robyn Wilson-Owen April 2020 (pg 32)

LAST where's baby elephant? Ali Khodai

October 2020 (pg 28)

Nicola Davies September 2020 (pg 32)

Contents Hope in a Scary World ........................................................... 2 One Story, Many Voices ........................................................ 6 Modern Fables .......................................................................


Tales by Rumi ......................................................................... 10 Poetry ..................................................................................... 11 Early Years .............................................................................. 12 Wordless Picture Books ......................................................... 14

Picture books for everyone Tiny Owl has always been proud to publish books from different cultures. We are excited to publish a book from Slovenia as our first title in 2020. Felix After the Rain is an uplifting book, reminding us that hope can overcome sadness, and that there is always sunshine after the rain. Bloom is another inspiring title about how selflessness and love impact the others around us and make the world a more beautiful place. Delaram Ghanimifard, Co-founder of Tiny Owl Publishing

Personally, I love cats and books about cats. Paris Cat is not only that, but it happens in the glamourous era of the 1920s-30s. Cat is determined to change her life and so she does! There are books that put you to sleep, and there are books that keep you awake. Last is a book that hits you from the moment you see its cover. Nicola Davies' striking words and illustrations about the last living Rhino are urgent and necessary in today's world. And finally, we are publishing our first novelty book in 2020. Little ones will have lots of fun unfolding the pages of Where's Baby Elephant? to look for the elephant and finding other animals on the way.


Dunja Jogan

FELIX AFTER THE RAIN Dunja Jogan Translated by Olivia Hellewell

Dunja Jogan is an illustrator and graphic designer who lives in Trieste, Italy. Her works are exhibited all around the world and published in numerous magazines and publications. She has been selected for the Annual of Italian Illustrators three times in a row. In 2015, her book The Elephant Tree was nominated for the best picture book in Slovenia. www.jogandunja.com

Felix hides all of his sorrow inside a large black suitcase that he carries with him wherever he goes. One day, a small boy opens the suitcase whilst Felix is sleeping. Felix wakes and the tears that he had been carrying for so long suddenly pour from him. Felix is uplifted, free and his heart is full of joy. Felix embraces the world, and the world embraces him. A beautiful book about feelings of sadness and the power of friendship from Slovenian picture book creator Dunja Jogan. Part of Tiny Owl’s Hope in a Scary World series which gives children space to explore difficult subjects in a hopeful way. Awarded the ‘Pen Translates’ grant which celebrates diverse writing from around the world and strong and innovative publishing projects. • Paperback • ISBN:978-1-910328-45-3• Publication: 24 February 2020 • Price: £7.99 • 32 pp • 275 x 230 mm • Age: 4+ • Rights Available (excl. Slovenian)


Olivia Hellewell Olivia Hellewell is a translator from Slovene to English of literary fiction, children’s fiction, and non-fiction in the field of arts and culture. Olivia enjoys working with young children to introduce them to new languages and cultures. www.oliviahellewell.com

Hope in a Scary World

BLOOM Anne Booth Illustrated by Robyn Wilson-Owen

There was once a beautiful flower and a little girl who loved it. She talked to it every morning on her way to school. The owner of the flower shouted at her. The next day, the flower did not open. The angry man didn’t understand. He tried watering it. He tried giving it shade and he tried talking to it. He told it how wonderful he was, how important his job was and how lonely he felt. But it still refused to open. So, he asked the little girl. “Why don’t you tell it how wonderful it is and how much you love it?” she said. As he did so, his own heart filled with love. And the flower bloomed. The perfect book for young children to talk about feelings, positive thinking and friendship • Paperback • ISBN:978-1-910328-44-6 • Publication: 17 April 2020 • Price: £7.99 • 32 pp • 200 x 270 mm• Age: 4+ • All Rights Available

anne booth Anne Booth is a highly-acclaimed children’s fiction and picture book author and is known for the exceptional warmth and authenticity of her writing. She lives in a village in Kent with her husband, four teenage children, two dogs and two hens.

robyn wilson-owen Robyn Wilson-Owen is a children’s book illustrator and author. She loves to create illustrations with dip pens, watercolours and soluble graphite. She graduated from the MA in Children’s Book Illustration at Anglia Ruskin in 2019. She was shortlisted for the Batsford prize 2018 and the Searle award for creativity in 2019. www.robynwilsonowen.com


Last Nicola Davies

A rhinoceros is captured by poachers and put in a zoo in the middle of a grey city, where all he can do is pace back and forth. He misses his home in the wilds of Sudan, his mother, the smell of earth and rain. He fears he may be the last of his kind. Then one day, he is rescued and released back into the wild, to live free with the other rhinos. A deeply moving picture book about wildlife conservation from renowned zoologist and children’s book author Nicola Davies. • • • •


Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-48-4 Publication: 22 September 2019 Price: £7.99 • 32 pp • 235 x 235 mm • Age: 5+ All Rights Available

Hope in a Scary World


There’s Room for everyone Anahita Teymorian

A child grows and discovers the world. As he lies awake at night, he sees there’s enough room in the sky for all the stars and the moon. When he visits the ocean, he sees there is enough room for all the fish, even for the whales. As he grows up, he doesn’t understand why people fight for space. Surely, if we are kinder to one another, there will always be room for everyone? This is a beautiful and profound picture book — a testament of our time and a touching allegory for war and the refugee crisis.

Nicola Davies Nicola Davies originally trained as a zoologist, studying animals in the field for many years. She then became a children’s author and has since written over fifty books. Her books have been published in more than ten different languages and have won major awards in the UK, US, France, Italy and Germany. Last is her debut as an illustrator.

• Paperback • ISBN:978-1-910328-39-2 • Publication: 15 October 2019 • Price: £7.99 • 32 pp • 235 x 235 mm• Age: 4+ • Rights Available (excl. Turkish, Spanish, North Amercia, Complex Chinese and Korean)

It looks a treat and promotes love. The Sunday Times

There's Room for Everyone appeals for peace. The Observer



For thousands of years, people have been telling stories...From this rich global heritage, we can find stories that are strikingly similar but also different. Our series ‘One Story, Many Voices’ explores well-known stories told from different and unique perspectives from all over the world.

The secret of the tattered shoes

under the great plum tree

Jackie Morris Illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi

Sufiya Ahmed Illustrated by Reza Dalvand

The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is a fresh interpretation of the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tale about twelve princesses who are locked in at night, yet whose dancing shoes are worn down by morning. A young soldier is tasked to discover their night-time adventures. But unlike the story told by the Brothers Grimm, this soldier seeks a different ending.

An unlikely friendship between Miss Bandari and Mr Magarmach forms when the pair meet at the foot of a plum tree deep in the heart of India. Mr Magarmach is old and his hunting days are over but Miss Bandari loves hearing his stories as they munch plums together. One day their friendship is tested but with courage, trust and forgiveness they discover that living happily together tastes just as sweet as Miss Bandari’s golden plums.

• Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-37-8 • Publication: 25 September 2019 • Price: £12.99 • 40 pp • 275 x 240 mm • Age: 8+ • Rights Available (excl. North America)


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Hardback ISBN:978-1-910328-46-0 Publication: 1 October 2019 Price: £12.99 32 pp • 280 x 220 mm • Age: 5+ Rights Available (excl. North America)

One Story, Many Voices • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-56-9 • Pub lica tion : 27 Aug ust

201 9 • Price: £7.99 • 40 pp • 275 x 240 mm • Age: 6+ • Rights Available (excl. North America and Turkish)


Cinderella of the Nile Quill soup Alan Durant Illustrated by Dale Blankenaar

Noko, the porcupine, is very hungry. On arriving at a village, he asks the other animals for some food and shelter. But, despite their full bellies, all the animals say they have nothing to spare. Never mind: he’ll just have to make do and cook a pot of soup from the quills off his back – a soup so tasty even the king likes it. Once the villagers hear of his plan they offer just enough ingredients to make a soup worthy of them all...

Beverley Naidoo Illustrated by Marjan Vafaeian

Beautifully retold by the award-winning author Beverley Naidoo, this earliest known version of Cinderella is brought to life for the modern-day reader.

In this delightful retelling of an ancient Greek variant by Beverley Naidoo, our heroine wins the day without a fairy godmother or a fancy frock… The Telegraph

• Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-43-9 • Publication: 1 May 2019 • Price: £12.99 • 40 pp • 275 x 240 mm • Age: 6+ • Rights Available

• Hardback • ISBN:978-1-910328-40-8 • Publication: 20 June 2019 • Price: £12.99 • 32 pp • 275 x 240 mm • Age: 5+ • Rights Available (excl. South Africa - English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu, Setswana, Sepedi Siswati, Sesotho, Ndebele, Tshivenda and Xitsonga) and North America.

Sunday Times






An engaging variation on the traditional tale of stone soup, remarkable for its original illustrations, in primary colours, which look like textiles or wallpaper, incorporating the action into the pattern."

(excl. North America)

The phoenix of persia Sally Pomme Clayton Illustrated by Amin Hassanzadeh Sharif

The second in our ‘One Story, Many Voices’ series, this legend from Shahnameh, written by the Iranian poet Ferdowsi between c. 977 and 1010 CE has echoes of Snow White and firebird folklore. * Includes an original Iranian musical composition and downloadable teacher resources. Find out more here: www.tinyowl.co.uk/pheonixofpersia


What is a fable? A story that teaches us something true. our collection of modern fables explore Concepts such as freedom, love, friendship, citizenship, family and happiness, told from unique and varying perspectives.

paris cat Dianne Hofmeyr Illustrated 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 a high-fashion atelier and dances with the infamous dancer Josephine Baker and her cheetah. But is this the life she really wants? What about her friends and family? • • • • • •

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910328-59-0 Publication: 18 May 2020 Price: £7.99 32 pp • 230 x 280 mm • age 3+ All Rights Available

dianne hofmeyr Dianne Hofmeyr is one of South Africa’s foremost writers for children, winning many prizes including The Sanlam Gold Award for Youth Literature (twice) Her books have been translated into 18 languages. She grew up in the Western Cape, South Africa where she taught art and now lives in London with her family. www.diannehofmeyr.com

piet grobler Piet Grobler is an acclaimed, multi-award winning South African illustrator and author of over eightybooks for children. He co-founded the International Centre for the Picture Book in Society which he set up whilst Course Leader for Illustration at the University of Worcester. www. pietgrobler.com www.thepicturebookinsociety.org


Modern fables • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-17-0 • Publication: 31 January 2017 • Price: £12.99 • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-38-5 • Publication: 11 October 2018 • Price: £7.99

The Elephant’s Umbrella

• 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 3+ • Rights Available (excl. Korean, Simplified and Complex Chinese and Dutch)

Laleh Jaffari (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Ali Khodai

Elephant is always ready and willing to share his prized possession – a brightly coloured umbrella. But one day whilst Elephant takes a nap, the umbrella is whisked away and goes on an adventure of its own.

fair shares

This heart-warming tale celebrates how sharing can make you happy.

Pippa Goodhart Illustrated by Anna Doherty

• Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-20-0 • Publication: 28 October 2016 • Price: £12.99 • 28 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 4+ • Rights Available (excl. Complex Chinese and Turkish)

When Bear and Hare try to reach some juicy pears, they realise they need some help. Hare finds three chairs but is it fair that Hare has two chairs and Bear only one? When they have the same, Hare still can’t reach the pears! So a little friend teaches them that fair isn’t always everyone getting the same thing…. with hilarious results! A beautifully simple picture book that considers, what is fair? The answer is not always as simple as you’d think! • • • • • •

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910328-50-7 Publication: 1 September 2019 Price: £6.99 32 pp • 280 x 230 mm • Age: 3+ Rights Available (excl. North America and Dutch)

A Bottle of Happiness Pippa Goodhart Illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi

There was once a big mountain with two villages on either side. One day a young boy decides to cross the mountain and visit the marketplace, but what can a poor boy trade? Find out if it is possible to bottle and share happiness in this timeless fable, exquisitely illustrated in an eye-opening and unusual style. • Selected as one of the best books of the year by The Sunday Times, 2016


Tales by Rumi

The Jackal Who Thought He was a Peacock


Retold by Fereshteh Sarlak (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Firoozeh Golmohammadi

Elizabeth Laird Illustrated by Jenny Lucander

Amir is worried about the little monster lurking under the bed. What if it tries to eat him up?! And what if that monster has a dad and a mum too? As Amir’s father tucks him in, he wonders if the monster might become a friend instead... • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-41-5 • Publication: 1 February 2019 • Price: £12.99 • 32 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 5+ • All Rights Available (excl. North America)

Jackal is unhappy with his dull brown and grey fur. He dreams of looking bright and beautiful like the peacocks so that all will admire him. But is being a peacock really as glamorous as it seems? A story about longing, envy, ingenuity and finding out who you really are. • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-13-2 • Publication: 1 January 2016 • Price: £12.99 • 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 5+ • Rights Available (excl. Turkish)

The Parrot and the Merchant Retold by Ali Seidabadi (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Marjan Vafaeian

Mah Jahan, a rich merchant woman, collects and cages beautiful birds but learns that to love someone, you must set it free... Retold for modern-day readers, this classic tale by Rumi is brought to life by the award-winning illustrator Marjan Vafaeian. • • • •

Hardback ISBN: 978-1-910328-03-3 Publication: 28 May 2015 Price: £11.99

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Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910328-25-5 Publication: 16 March 2017 Price: £7.99

• 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 5+ • All Rights Available (excl. English for the Indian sub-continent, Turkey & North America)


The Lion Tattoo Atefeh Maleki Joo

One day a young man decides that he wants a lion tattoo. But as the tattooist begins her work, he feels the pain of the needle and decides that his lion doesn’t need a tail… or a mane… or a stomach! This hilarious picture book for older readers celebrates the art of visual narrative and is guaranteed to make you think. • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-28-6 • Publication: 16 October 2017 • Price: £7.99 • 24 pp • 150 x 150 mm • Age: 16+ • All Rights Available




Eloise Greenfield Illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi

Lorna Gutierrez Illustrated by Polly Noakes

This simple yet inspirational poem encourages children everywhere to dare to dream big, to help others and speak out for what is right, but also to take time for simple joys and to be comfortable in their own skin. With charming rhymes and energetic, inclusive illustrations, this is a book to empower every child. • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-42-2 • Publication: 2 April 2019 • Price: £6.99 • 32 pp • 235 x 235 mm • Age: 4+ • All Rights Available (excl. North America and the Phillipines)

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Thinker isn’t an average puppy. He’s a poet. So is his owner, Jace, and together they turn the world around them into verse. There’s one thing they can’t share, though: Thinker isn’t allowed to go to school. That is, until Pets’ Day. But the puppy poet finds it surprisingly hard to keep quiet... • • • •

Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-33-0 Publication: 27 April 2018 • Price: £9.99 32 pp • 205 x160 mm • Age: 7+ All Rights Available (excl. North America and the Philippines) • Won "Highly Commended" in CLiPPA 2019

Hardback: 978-1-910328-07-1 Paperback: 978-1-910328-22-4 30 April 2015 / 31 January 2017 £11.99 / £7.99

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• 32 pp • 250 x 250mm • Age: 5+v • All Rights Available (excl. North America, Complex Chinese and Simplified Chinese)

When I Coloured in the World Ahmadreza Ahmadi (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi

With a box of coloured crayons, one child sets out to transform the world. Selected by the Guardian as one of the best books of the year in 2015 and Winner of the Flying Turtle Medal in 2011.

Hardback: 978-1-910328-05-7 Paperback: 978-1-910328-24-8 1 July 2015 / 16 March 2017 £11.99 / £7.99

• 24 pp • 250 x 250mm • Age: 5+ • All Rights Available (excl. Complex Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Hindi)

Alive Again Ahmadreza Ahmadi (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Nahid Kazemi

When blossom falls from the trees, a little boy wonders, will it ever return? This philosophical poem explores questions about the cycles of life.


From banging your first drum to becoming a big brother or sister - new experiences are part and parcel of growing up. discover new concepts, places, ideas with our early Years and non-fiction titles.

Where's Baby Elephant? Ali Khodai

There’s an elephant and her calf hiding somewhere in this book — can you find them? Young children will love unfolding the flaps in this fun, interactive book to reveal the adorable animals and their babies. Featuring cute, ingeniously linked illustrations by Ali Khodai, there’s a new surprise on every page. It’s perfect for introducing young children to books and learning about the animal kingdom.

ali khodai

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Ali Khodai is a children's book illustrator. He creates novelty books for very young children to excite their imagination and creativity. Ali Khodai has illustrated more than 80 books. Tiny Owl has previously published his book, The Elephant's Umbrella.

Hardback ISBN: 978-1-910328-60-6 Publication: 1 October 2020 Price: £12.99 24 pp 170 x 290 mm Age: 0+ All Rights Available


Early Years • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-30-9 • Publication: 1 March 2018 • Price: £9.99 • 24 pp • 195 x 195 mm • Age: 0+ • All Rights Available

The Drum Ken Wilson-Max Illustrated by Catell Ronca

Feel the rhythm of the drum and discover joy in your heart with this delightful picture book – guaranteed to get you and your baby dancing to the beat! •

The first in Tiny Owl's Children, Music, Life series • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-35-4 • Publication: 1 March 2019 • Price: £9.99 • 24 pp • 195 x 195 mm • Age: 0+ • All Rights Available

The FLUTE Ken Wilson-Max Illustrated by Catell Ronca

This is the flute. It sounds like yellow. Easy and mellow... Hear the whisper of the flute and see how it floats like a butterfly. Discover how music can make you move and feel! • Hardback: 978-1-910328-18-7 • Paperback: 978-1-910328-34-7 • 12 February 2018 / 16 September 2018 • Price: £12.99 / £7.99 • 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 3+ • All Rights Available

The New baby and me Christine Kidney Illustrated by Hoda Haddadi

A new baby is on the way! What will he be like? This family of five children all have their own ideas about the new baby – will he be a pirate or painter, a scientist or a dreamer? But there’s one thing they haven’t thought of…


A wordless picture book can speak a thousand words! For each reader may interpret the images differently and, in doing so, find their own story...


Chalk Eagle

Duncan Annand

Nazli Tahvili

While a bluebird builds her nest in the forest, two eccentric gentlemen have a more ambitious construction in mind: a vast palatial building, made from birdcages filled with colourful parrots. As the trees come down and the structure goes up, the bluebird watches on. More and more caged birds are consigned to their fate until at last a huge dome completes the work. But when the celebrating architects go in to admire their creation, the little bluebird brings their ambitions crashing down around them.

A young boy living in the heart of a busy city spots an eagle swooping overhead. He dreams of what it would be like to fly away from the noise and soar over mountains and rivers. Climbing onto the roof, he uses chalk to draw his own eagle – and then himself – into existence. The two fly away together, and embark on a wonderful adventure of the boy’s own imagination.

A witty tale of freedom and retribution for readers of any age. • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-31-6 • Publication: 24 August 2018 • Price: £8.99 • 28 pp • 270 x 200 mm • Age: 4+ • All Rights Available

This is most definitely a book for all ages and all people in all places. Like those parrots on the final spread, it’s one to make both hearts and imaginations take flight. Red Reading Hub

With original screenprinted illustrations, this wordless picture book is a testament to the power of imagination, and brings to life every child’s dream of soaring into the sky. • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-32-3 • Publication: 29 January 2018 • Price: £10.99 • 32 pp • 270 x 200 mm • Age: 6+ • All Rights Available

With a reduced palette of predominantly white, blue and green and with shifting geometric shapes of houses and rooftops that hover between two and three dimensions. Tahvili creates a dreamscape between reality and imagination. Books for Keeps


Wordless Picture Books

Little Eli Laura Bellini

In this set of wordless picture books, housed in a beautiful slipcase, Little Eli – an imaginative and tenacious dragonfly – builds his dreams. From towers made of eggs, a pack of cards and a set of pencils, Little Eli soon realises that with a little hope, magic and hard work, anything is possible. A story of willpower and imagination for readers of any age. • Hardback / Slipcase • ISBN: 978-1-910328-27-9 • Publication: 2 October 2017 • Price: £24.95 • 116 pp • 370 x 128 mm •Age: 5 to 99+ • No Rights Available


Backlist The Little Black Fish Samad Behrangi (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Farshid Mesghali

This story is about a Little Black Fish who dares to swim against the tide. Whilst all the other fish in the pond just follow each other around, too scared to do anything different, Little Black Fish swims into the river and makes his way to the sea. His adventures help him learn just how huge and wonderful the world beyond the pool really is... • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-00-2 • Publication: 1 January 2015 • Price: £12.99 • 48 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 7+ • Rights Available (excl. Italian, Turkish, Swedish, Croatian, Spanish and Catalan)

A Bird Like Himself Anahita Teymorian (trans. Azita Rassi)

When a chick hatches in the forest with no one around to look after him, a group of animals do their best to bring him up. But none of them can teach him to fly… This is a charming yet profound tale of parental love and growing up. • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-02-6 • Publication 1 January 2015 • Price: £11.99 • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-23-1 • Publication 16 March 2017 • Price: £7.99 • 32 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age 5+ • Rights Available (excl. Spanish, Italian, German and Simplified Chinese)

The Clever Mouse Anahita Teymorian (trans. Azita Rassi)

A mousy love story about a ‘clever’ mouse and a princess that explores how kindness is more important than beauty. • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-01-9 • Publication 28 March 2015 • Price: £11.99 • Paperback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-21-7 • Publication 19 January 2017 • Price: £7.99 • 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age 5+ • Rights Available (excl. Italian, Complex Chinese and Simplified Chinese)

Bijan Manije Ali Seidabadi (trans. Azita Rassi) Illustrated by Marjan Vafaeian

The story of Bijan and Manije is one of the ancient epic stories of Shahnameh (The Book of Kings) by the 10th century poet Ferdowsi. It is an epic story of redemption and love across the divide, reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet. • Hardback • ISBN: 978-1-910328-14-9 • Publication: 1 August 2016 • Price: £12.99 • 24 pp • 250 x 250 mm • Age: 7+ • All Rights Available


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Front cover illustration from Felix After the Rain by Dunja Jogan. Back cover illustration from Paris Cat by Piet Grobler



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Tiny Owl Publishing 2020 Catalogue  

Tiny Owl Publishing 2020 Catalogue