Do Carrots Help You See In The Dark?

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In the first of a fab new series called #factORfable, we take a look at some stubborn myths and find

The Indian Princess Suffragette – Sophia Duleep Singh

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  You’ve probably heard of the Suffragettes, who fought for women’s rights, but did you know that an Indian princess

I Love You Natty – A Siblings Introduction to Down’s Syndrome

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My name is Mia and I’m ten years old.  I’m the first person in my family to write a book.

Second Hand – Or Vintage Clothing?

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“Euuuuw, that is second hand!”  – if you have ever said this, then you could be missing out. Vintage clothing

6 Awesome Classic Books For Tweens

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  A book can transport the reader back in time. It is hard to imagine a time when we weren’t

Winter Wonderings – How Fast Does Santa Fly?

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  Continuing our series of #winterwonderings, Sam Gouldson asks the most important question – just HOW fast does Santa fly?

Get Cracking With Computer Coding for Kids

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Kids computing – there’s a lot of talk going on about it right now.  What do you learn about computing

Calling All (Reluctant) Bookworms

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    Em is a reader. A bookworm. She always has been, and always will be. Some people love to

Winter Wonderings – Can It Really Be Too Cold for Snow?

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Have you ever heard someone say that it is ‘too cold for snow?’, and wondered if this was true. Our

Winter Wonderings – Why Does Frost Make Patterns?

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The third #winterwonderings post from our Science Correspondent, Samantha, we take a look at why frost makes patterns. Many countries have