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J.N. PAQUET

British Author and Journalist.

J.N. PAQUET is a British journalist who has been writing about current affairs for over two decades for media in Taiwan, the US and the UK. He is the Editor of the political magazine PoliticsMeansPolitics.com. He is also a Political Writer for Byline.com and a contributor to the Huffington Post UK. Author of over 50 books, among which a book on populism and nationalism in politics "The Tip of The Populist Iceberg?" available on Amazon at: www.Populism.live
Can All Parents Raise Their Children As Bilingual

Can All Parents Raise Their Children As Bilingual Speakers?

Bringing up bilingual children is very much the same, but this kind of commitment must come from both the parents and the children, because it always requires an extra effort to speak a foreign language, whether it is spoken at home or not, whether it is natural or not.
13/10/2015 10:13 BST
The Priceless Moment of the Bedtime

The Priceless Moment of the Bedtime Story

A bedtime story is the perfect ingredient for a good night sleep. Bedtime is one of the most important moments of the day for all children. Reading a bedtime story to a child helps them make the transition between their very busy and active day and the time to close their eyes, relax and sleep.
18/08/2015 13:16 BST
One In Ten Reading Illegal

One In Ten Reading Illegal E-Books

If the illegal download of eBooks were one day to become a widespread activity, we could end up with the current authors being the last generation of authors making a living out of their work.
27/07/2015 09:29 BST
Are Children Still Interested in

Are Children Still Interested in Books?

Some encouraging results from the survey indeed show that children from lower socio-economic backgrounds spend more time reading on devices than their wealthier peers. More encouraging results: print books are actually more popular with three to five-year-olds than reading on devices!
23/03/2015 22:37 GMT
Every Library That

Every Library That Closes...

Nowadays, libraries are unfortunately losing their appeal to the new generations. How can a visit to the library compete with playing Minecraft on an iPad?
20/03/2015 12:51 GMT
No, Peppa Pig Is Not to Blame for Your Children's

No, Peppa Pig Is Not to Blame for Your Children's Behaviour.

A week ago, a columnist of the <em>Daily Mail</em> was telling her readers why she had suddenly decided to ban the four-time Bafta-winning cartoon <em>Peppa Pig</em> from her home. Is Britain's top-selling pre-school character as dangerous and evil as the journalist claims it is?
13/03/2015 11:10 GMT