Sunday Times Bestselling Author Lesley-Ann Jones Interviewed by Hannah Howe

Your new book, Tumbling Dice, is an intimate, frank and hilarious memoir. Was it fun to write? It was the book that had been begging to be written for years. The blighter nagged and nagged, and in the end I had to give in to it. Some of it was fun. Trolling back down Memory … Continue reading Sunday Times Bestselling Author Lesley-Ann Jones Interviewed by Hannah Howe



by May Panayi  When we think about bullying- we maybe first think about physical violence. This is often boys bullying boys- like in Tom Brown’s Schooldays, Lord of the Flies or Scum. More often nowadays we include the alternate ways that girls tend to bully. This bullying is often more emotional. It comes to light … Continue reading Bullying

The Easter Bunny

Short Story The Easter Bunny by Kirsten Nairn ‘Mummy. Is the Easter Bunny Real?’ my five-year-old son asks as we walk up to school. ‘Of course he is.’ I reply absently, as I run through my daily mental checklist of things to do, wondering if I have time to cook something fresh for dinner (I … Continue reading The Easter Bunny

Coloring Easter Eggs

Activity - Coloring Easter Eggs by Ronesa Aveela During my childhood, my grandmother colored eggs for Easter with dye made from natural products like onion skins and walnut tree leaves. Today, many people use commercial dyes, but in some villages in Bulgaria people still use natural colors and beeswax candles to decorate Easter eggs. The … Continue reading Coloring Easter Eggs