There’s a trailer running on the BBC at the moment that really annoys me. It’s for Glow Up, the show where aspiring make up artists
I moved to my flat 6 weeks before lockdown – it’s the first time over my 16 years living in London that I’ve had a
Hooray for good book news! Apparently 3.7 million books were sold in the week from 12 April, as restrictions on the high street started to
If you’ve read any of my previous blogs, you’ll know that I’m a firm believer that access to reading is vital for children’s development –
You’re all ready to go: new notebook open, pencil in hand, brushes at the ready, or cursor blinking. What’s stopping you from starting? Or –
I saw an Easter bunny on my way to work this morning – all white ears and sparkly skirt, skipping along in the spring sunshine.
At the start of this year, I promised myself I’d write a blog every week – this week, it nearly didn’t happen. I had a
Each Thursday as I sit down to write this blog, I’ve usually got an idea of what I want to focus on. On Monday, as
Today is World Book Day – the day each year when children (and adults!) dress up as their favourite characters and celebrate all things reading.
There are quite a few downsides to social media, but one of the things I like most about it is the never ending stream of