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We need to talk about Doctor Who and disability
Why YA fiction needs to embrace disability | Childr...
Post by Chloe Smith. Eli is a refreshing wheelchair-using character who regularly surprises and aids the protagonist with his skill set and mind. Read More....
Katy by Jacqueline Wilson – review | Children's books
While ‘Captain America: Civil War’ is a great Marvel movie, it is by no means the best. While it is a captivating, impressive film - at times it can feel rushed, and struggles to allow every character or relationship the development it rightly deserves....
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom has ruled a joke about disability by Jimmy Carr out of order. But for student Chloe Smith, from her perspective as a young person, such jokes do more than just offend g…...
I, VAMPIRE Review l Starburst Magazine
The one mythical creature that is guaranteed to make an appearance in many fantasy novels is the vampire, but I, Vampire, despite being published in the 1980s, gives a refreshing presentation of the infamous creature.
Books shouldn't care about gender | Kettlemag
From the first moment I stepped into a bookshop, I was automatically steered towards my worst nightmare - pink.
THE ART OF FINDING DORY REVIEW I STARBURST MAGAZINE
With Finding Dory making its way into cinemas later this month, Disney Pixar, through Chronicle Books, has released The Art of Finding Dory, an art book which details the initial concept art for the film and how this art, and the film itself, developed
Why I love Jacqueline Wilson and you should join the children's books site l The Guardian
So you want to be a book blogger | Kettlemag
My name is Chloe, and I’m a book blogger.
How you can #HelpAmber with her education l Kettlemag
I’ve caught up with book blogger and YouTuber Amber Kirk-Ford, also known as book blogger The Mile Long Bookshelf, to chat to her about #HelpAmber, a campaign to help raise the funding for her to complete her A-levels next year. Amber has had to resort to crowdfunding her further education as the government won't fund it because she attends an online school due to her mental illnesses.
Animation Films Are Leading the Way For LGBT Repres...