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Books to Comfort, Inspire & Empower During Lockdown

Books to Comfort, Inspire & Empower During Lockdown

Jo Cummins, who runs the brilliant Library Girl and Book Boy blog and podcast, shares a fab list of books that will not only comfort & inspire readers during lockdown but "make them realise their own power and awesomeness".
Women of Colour in Fictional Culture

Women of Colour in Fictional Culture

For Women's History Month, Moni Serneabat Ungar (founder of the University of Glasgow's first-ever BAME Society) shares some amazing characters that made her & her friends proud to be women of colour.
Children’s Literature: A Cure for What We Have Become

Children’s Literature: A Cure for What We Have Become

Author Devjani Bodepudi on parenting post-Brexit, the healing power of children's stories, and how these can help our young ones make the world a kinder place

KidLit Talk: Ashok Banker and Sandhya Prabhat on 'I Am Brown'

KidLit Talk: Ashok Banker and Sandhya Prabhat on 'I Am Brown'

Author Ashok Banker and illustrator Sandhya Prabhat in conversation about their new book I Am Brown, a joyful celebration of being brown, of being amazing, of being you!
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.
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