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Top 6 Books for LGBT+ History Month

Top 6 Books for LGBT+ History Month

Clodagh Chapman, Ambassador Coordinator of Just Like Us, the LGBT+ charity empowering young people 'from the classroom to their careers', shares her top reads for LGBT+ History Month - because everyone deserves to see themselves represented in books.
Representation Matters: Lesléa Newman, children's book author

Representation Matters: Lesléa Newman, children's book author

For Valentine's Day and LGBT History Month, we interview author Lesléa Newman, whose groundbreaking book Heather Has Two Mommies celebrates all kinds of family love.
Oxford Drag: Creating safe spaces for LGBTQ+ Youth

Oxford Drag: Creating safe spaces for LGBTQ+ Youth

Ginger Tart, founder of the Oxfordshire Drag Collective, on giving the panto a modern twist with the inclusive Away with the Fairies and the power of drag to teach kids tolerance and creative self-expression.
Books to Wrap Up with this Winter

Books to Wrap Up with this Winter

Farrah Serroukh, the author of CLPE's groundbreaking Reflecting Realities survey, shares 5 of her favourite inclusive winter reads. The perfect gifts to snuggle up with over the holidays and to broaden your young readers' world!
9 diverse books for World Children’s Day

9 diverse books for World Children’s Day

Ciarra Chavarria shares her top diverse and inclusive reads for World Children's Day – celebrating children who take action! The perfect book list to show young people that they have a voice and that their stories matter.

KidLit Talk: Lucy Christopher and Anastasia Suvorova talk

KidLit Talk: Lucy Christopher and Anastasia Suvorova talk "Shadow"

Author Lucy Christopher and illustrator Anastasia Suvorova in conversation about the artwork of Shadow, a powerful story about a young girl learning to face her fears and finding the light within the darkness.

Reading Stories to tackle the Mental Health Crisis

Reading Stories to tackle the Mental Health Crisis

For World Mental Health Day, Lucy Christopher with her five favourite picture books exploring issues of mental health in young children and why we need more books like these
Whose worlds are we sharing with children?

Whose worlds are we sharing with children?

Mat Tobin with some top tips on building a diverse and multicultural bookshelf and on becoming a 'culturally responsive teacher'
Friendships hold the world together

Friendships hold the world together

Brigita Orel, linguist and author of The Pirate Tree, on how learning other languages promotes empathy and friendship. Plus, a booklist about multicultural friendships!
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