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Mum’s online. Again

Posted on 3rd June, 2013 | Find this under Featured, Yano Life

Shocked that she’s spending more time online than her kids, Liz Fraser decides she’s in need of a social media detox There’s a new arrival in our family. This one came, thankfully, without morning sickness or labour pains. It doesn’t need looking after when I’m away, and we’re yet to have a tantrum or argument out [...]

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That's Life

That’s Life

Posted on 18th June, 2013

That’s Life by Professor Robert Winston Introducing science to kids can be difficult, but the famous professor makes it a doddle. Includes plenty of cool colour pictures and easy-to-understand diagrams explaining the likes of food chains, cell structures and how animals evolve. Great for those tricky questions about biology.

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My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece

Posted on 22nd June, 2013

My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher There are some subjects that are tricky to talk about, especially to young people. Terrorism, the death of a sibling and racism are all tackled here. That it remains a funny, warm and page-turning read is a tribute to the brilliance of the writer.

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Think Of A Link – How To Remember Absolutely Everything

Posted on 21st June, 2013

Think Of A Link – How To Remember Absolutely Everything by Andy Salmon Who invented the light bulb? ‘A light bulb in Thomas’s head is on.’ Thomas Edison. What’s French for bike? ‘On yer bike, dear fellow.’ Le vélo. You get the picture. This book uses verbal links to tickle the brain into remembering a [...]

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Tiger Wars

Posted on 20th June, 2013

Tiger Wars by Steve Backshall The presenter of the CBBC show Deadly 60 is the author of this high-octane thriller set in the heart of the Indian jungle. The theme is tiger poaching, but the main story centres around two young kids escaping a vicious group of mercenaries.