How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Cert PG Release Date: Friday 1 February From DreamWorks Animation comes the highly anticipated culmination of one of the most popular animated franchises in film history. In this next chapter, Hiccup and Toothless will finally discover their true destinies – the villageRead More →

100 Hugs by Chris Riddell PB £5.99 published by Macmillan Children’s Books AGE 3+ This beautiful book features a variety of illustrations from animals to aliens, families and friends; perfectly conveying warmth, humour and love in many different ways. Some familiar fairytale faces also make an appearance like Alice inRead More →

Beauty Shots Glowing skin is the number one priority on everyone’s beauty to-do list, but with winter weather you might find yourself battling skin havoc right now. LQ Liquid Health Skin, Hair & Nails (RRP £29.99)is a liquid collagen-based drink that promises to do wonders for your skin. The 50ml superRead More →

  Transform any little one’s bedroom into a tranquil, calming space with an enchanting Aloka SleepyLight. Supporting the all-important bedtime routine, the handy remote control enables children to choose from their favourite soft hues to instantly create a relaxing atmosphere as they drift off into a peaceful slumber. Thanks toRead More →

In his new BBC Two series for 2019, Michellin-starred chef Tom Kerridge turns his attention to food for families with the belief that bringing them together through home-cooked recipes will make them healthier, fitter and happier…  Since changing his own eating habits Kerridge has lost 12 stone and become a father.Read More →

Why just send a card on Valentine’s Day? This perfect little heart kite fluttering in the breeze will send your love in a much more original way. Decorate it with hearts or flowers and write your Valentine’s message on the back. Let’s Go Fly A Kite! You will need 1Read More →

I don’t think I’ll be banishing the winter woollies to the back of my wardrobe just quite yet, however the sales have been browsed to death and new season stock is starting to pop up all around us like snowdrops, which means it’s time to talk about the trends weRead More →

Architect and mum-of-two Rosita Niknafs Foster trained as a Montessori teacher in London before moving to Edinburgh. Here, she delves into its history in Scotland and reveals what a Montessori education really means… Scottish education is not without its innovators, so it is perhaps not surprisingthat two of the first MontessoriRead More →