Empathy Week is an invitation to young people across the world to put empathy into action. From the 22nd through 26th February, a variety of programmes are going out aimed at highlighting ways to build empathy in young people. And we could really use a huge helping of empathy right now.
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Nine is an orphan who had been scooped up from a doorway by Pockets when she was three. He gave her a home. She owes him everything. All she has to do is…
Colson Whitehead has won his second Pulitzer Prize for The Nickel Boys. His previous novel, The Underground Railroad, was a hard act to follow, but this wonderous and short work manages it with aplomb.
Sligo, 1914: Lily and her friend, Nellie work long days as housemaids for the Gore-Booth family
Andy Hamilton is well known on our television screens as a director, show writer (for example outnumbered and drop the dead donkey), panellist and voice actor. However, he is not so prev
A Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes by Suzanne Collins is the long-awaited prequel to her groundbreaking YA series The Hunger Games. The book is set
The Cousins is the latest book by the bestselling author of One of us is Lying, Karen M McManus. Perfect for fans of We Were Liars
We may be in for a longer lockdown than we’d anticipated, but at least there are some amazing titles out this month…
Ware can’t wait to spend summer “off in his own world”—dreaming of knights in the Middle Ages, while staying with his grand….
Little people often need help coping with big feelings, whether positive or negative. When one feeling or another comes to call, the reaction can be… Read More »Helping Little People With Big Feelings…With Picture Books
Since her mother was misplaced shortly after she was born, Libby Lou Flannagans’ life has not been great. She lives…