Tiny Tree Children’s Books Announces More Titles For 2017
Binx the Jinx, Portia the Pear, the Animal Alphabet series, Ilias’ Mountain and Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree will be released between August and November.
Tiny Tree Children’s Books is expanding its roster of titles, releasing seven new books between August and November 2017. Binx The Jinx, Portia the Pear, the Animal Alphabet series, Ilias’ Mountain and Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree will all be released this year.
A specialist children’s publishing house, Tiny Tree focuses on new creators and interesting visions; blending traditional storytelling with unique illustrations. We have welcomed a host of new authors and illustrators into the family since the tail end of last year and we’re excited to be bringing their work to life over the next few months.
“Working with new authors, investing in new ideas and challenging the status quo of children’s publishing drives Tiny Tree forward,” says Managing Director James Shaw. “We’re grateful to all of the authors and illustrators that are trusting us with their work and we’re excited to share these books with you – they’re brilliant”.
2017 has already seen two new releases from Tiny Tree: Robots Don’t Say Please (and Can’t Eat Cheese) by Lucy Keeling and Kris Smith on June 1st and The Wall by Argentinian author/illustrator Mauro Lirussi on March 14th.
TINY TREE CHILDREN’S BOOKS 2017 RELEASES
Our new collection of books will feature a host of new and exciting creators as well as the highly anticipated new story from Lilian Kars & Steffie Padmos, the team behind the beautifully adventurous More Than a Me (2015).
- Binx the Jinx by Michelle Hird – 10/08
- Portia the Pear by Nicola Hulme and Elena Mascolo – 07/09
- Amos the Anteater (Animal Alphabet) by Kaley Owen and Graeme Holding – 05/10
- Benny the Beaver (Animal Alphabet) by Kaley Owen and Graeme Holding – 05/10
- Cleo the Camel (Animal Alphabet) by Kaley Owen and Graeme Holding – 05/10
- Ilias’ Mountain by Lilian Kars and Steffie Padmos – 26/10
- Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree by Katy Segrove and Katerina Vykhodtseva – 30/11