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- We might not be able to go on long train journeys right now, but we can join the star of Milo Imagines the World as he uses his trip to go on flights of fancy! We adore the new book from Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson - you could win a copy here: https://t.co/AVfxV5I20X https://t.co/ZIm0LrfT2y 1 minute ago
- 'Make sure your son knows he can talk to you about anything, and that you won't bite his head off or say he just needs to toughen up.' Puberty can be a really difficult time for boys, so here, Dr Ranj shares some top tips for parents: https://t.co/KQ8KXnNOAb https://t.co/FVwjCnqaDe 1 hour ago
- Megan Rix wasn't diagnosed with hearing loss until she was an adult, but now she knows that if she was a child again, she'd love to read about Deaf characters. That's why she was so excited to write about a Deaf heroine in her Lizzie and Lucky books: https://t.co/cKfkcOI6cN https://t.co/ecktnQ2bc2 2 hours ago