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Give A Diary This Christmas And Inspire A Child To Write

Jonathan Douglas | Posted 11.12.2016 | UK
Jonathan Douglas

With Christmas around the corner, we're encouraging parents, families and anyone buying a gift for a child or young person to give the gift of a diary. You'll be giving them a platform to express themselves and the tools to become a better writer, which will help them now and long in to the future. And you never know - your child might just produce the next Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

Dani Hits Back: 'I Love My Curves'

Posted 06.11.2012 | Home

'Strictly Come Dancing' star Dani Harmer has been the subject of cruel weight jibes since joining the show earlier this year, with Twitter trolls labe...

Sam Parker

Jacqueline Wilson: 'I Don't Mind Page 3' | Sam Parker | Posted 20.11.2012 | Home

She's the most adored children's writer alive today, so what does Jacqueline Wilson make of kids in 2012? We speak to the author about new book Four C...

Are Children's Classics 'Suitable' for Modern Ears?

Neil Sinclair | Posted 25.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Neil Sinclair

There was a bit of debate on Twitter this week, sparked by an article on Parentdish, about whether or not we should read our troopers the 'classics'.

Making Sure Looked After Young People Have Looked After Mental Health

Sarah Brennan | Posted 16.04.2012 | UK
Sarah Brennan

When children have no experience of a trusting relationship with an adult and are frequently moved from placement to placement the emotional trauma is immense. We shouldn't be surprised when this emotional trauma occasionally spills out into anger and violence.