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Author Hannah Peckham shares her reflections on how books can support children's emotional literacy. 
Stephen is joined by Jordan Tully who is the Head of Operations at Ashbourne Day Nurseries. They discuss current challenges facing the sector, as well as the influence of social media on educators. Jordan also explains how larger nursery chains can…
Carlyn Mueller recalls the books that played an important role in her own childhood, gathers research about the importance of representation of disability in children’s books, and suggests strategies for increasing representation in school and at hom…


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