The Blue Monday Survival Guide – ten top tips by Carolyn Hobdey whose new memoir, All The Twats I Met Along The Way, is published today.
Lonely Planet is celebrating decades of award winning travel photography and reveals the stories behind these breathtaking images in The Perfect Shot. Anne Coates reviews this amazing compilation.
Wes Anderson, The Iconic Filmmaker and His Work, by Ian Nathan is reviewed by Lesley Lodge.
Perfectly timed for the half term holidays and greater restrictions on our lives during the pandemic, comes Claire Balkind's Great Family Days In, reviewed by Anne Coates.
The Starting School Book by Sarah Ockwell-Smith reviewed by Anne Coates.
Tilda Timmers, therapist and author of This is Postpartum: Free yourself from the perfect mother conspiracy published by The Dreamwork Collective, gives her five top tips to help you cope with PPD during a pandemic.
National Trust On Screen by Harvey Edgington and Lauren Taylor reviewed by Anne Coates.
Sibling rivalry and family relationships are the bedrock of so much of our media. A Tale of Two Sisters, a novella by Anne Coates explores family situations and how we can misinterpret what is happening. Plus there are two short stories included both dealing with very different family situations.
The Baby Feeding Book by Vanessa Christie reviewed by Joanna Roberts.
Celebrating International Women's Day with a review of Warriors, Witches, Women written by Kate Hodges and illustrated by Harriet Lee-Merrion.
Grandmothers by Sally Vickers is a beautifully written, witty and totally absorbing novel which looks at family relationships from the point of view of three older and very different women.
Seeing images of vegetables can boost children’s intake – new eBooks have been launched to encourage children to eat their greens. A variety of new resources, based on the evidence that children who are exposed to pictures of vegetables are more likely to eat them, have been launched as part of the See & Eat project, an initiative funded by European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Food, led by Professor Carmel Houston-Price at the University of Reading and supported by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).