Scottish Book Trust, the national charity transforming lives through reading and writing, has opened applications for the Bookbug Hero Award and the Learning Professional Award 2020. New for this year, the Bookbug Hero Award will be run in association with Walker Books and will honour someone working with Bookbug whoRead More →

Special family occasions are a great time to get snapping, capturing all those marvellous family moments on camera, to look back on and enjoy all over again and again. But how do you make sure that your images are worthy of putting on display and not destined for the deleteRead More →

Terrific tales that teach us something new, or are all about fun and finding friends at school…  There Was a Black Hole that Swallowed the Universe by Chris Ferrie, illustrated by Susan Batori HB £13.99 published by Sourcebooks Age Pre-school+ A charmingly original book about our universe and everything inRead More →

Most parents will argue in front of their children at some point. It can be difficult to think clearly when emotions are running high, but how you handle these conflicts is crucial for your child’s wellbeing and their understanding of how relationships work says Tanith Carey… Scenario:During an argument with yourRead More →

“Why?” is the refrain of many curious children: “Why is the sky blue?”; “Why do I have to eat my broccoli?”; “Why can’t I stay up watching movies all night?” Rachel Poulton explores why getting philosophical with kids can be an illuminating insight into what they really think… More oftenRead More →

For over 15 years Alicia Eaton has been helping children, and their parents, achieve their dream of a dry night. The Harley Street psychotherapist has helped countless families overcome the problem of persistent bedwetting and is now hoping to help even more with her completely natural seven-day ‘brain-training’ solution. S4KRead More →

Work, kids, life… if you constantly feel that you’ve got far too much on your plate to spend hours in the kitchen, our favourite mum master baker, Nadiya Hussain, shows that you can be short on time, but not on flavour with quick and easy recipes that take the stressRead More →

Money woes, where to eat and what film to watch are the subjects most likely to ignite arguments among families during the school holidays. Research of 2,000 mums and dads with children aged four to 12 said worries about the financial impact of entertaining the children is most likely toRead More →

Toy Story 4 (Cert U) Release date: Friday 21 June This summer, comes the epic culmination of one of the most beloved sagas in movie history. Woody (Tom Hanks) hasalways been confident about his place in the world and thathis priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy orRead More →

Our top marks go to these terrific tales for summer… Look Up! By Nathan Bryon, illustrated by Dapo Adeola PB £6.99 published by Puffin AGE PRE-SCHOOL+ Rocket is a science-mad chatterbox who is going to be the greatestastronaut, star-catcher and space-traveller who has ever lived! But first she needs toRead More →