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    Under the Great Plum Tree

    An unlikely friendship between Miss Bandari and Mr Magarmach forms when the pair meet under the great plum tree, deep in... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    The Secret of the Tattered Shoes

    Selected by The Guardian as one of the top children's books of 2019. The Secret of the Tattered Shoes is a fr... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Quill Soup

    Shortlisted for The English Association Picture Book Awards 2020! Noko, the porcupine, is very hungry. On arrivin... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Children will love reading and listening to these timeless tales and their helpful morals, which have been brought to li... More

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    Book 5
    Book 5

    Bijan and Manije

    Bijan and Manije is a beautiful story of love across the divide, reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet , but with a distinc... More

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    Book 6
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    Book 7
    Book 7

    Cinderella of the Nile

    Nominated for the 2019 Kate Greenaway Medal In this earliest-known version of Cinderella, a rosy-cheeked girl... More

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