Finnish children's books available in English for first time!

Hello! This is Pikku Publishing, publisher of Markus Majaluoma's books in English.
This charming and original author/illustrator is super successful in Finland and has been a nominee for the Finlandia Junior prize (very prestigious!) His books exist in many languages - but only now can they be purchased in English editions.

Perfect for young readers and reading aloud, they are available from May 2016(distributed in Canada by IPG (

See a great review of DAISY DARLING, LET'S READ A STORY! in Finnair's March edition of Blue Wings!

Elena Mannion, Publisher

Pikku Publishing
54 Ferry Street
London E14 3DT
Tel: +44 (0)20 7093 1614 +44 (0)7763 877656

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