Tips and expert advice
Behind the scenes at Usborne, Tips and expert adviceHow to talk to children about love
Find out how to talk to young children about love, and why it’s so important. Usborne author, Katie Daynes, shares the main lessons she learned from writing Very First Questions and Answers: What is love?
Tips and expert adviceTen-year-old planet champion, Sofia Züger, on her love for What is mud? and campaigning with Save Soil
Sofia Züger loves talking to children and families about the importance of soil and why we should save it from going extinct.
Tips and expert adviceWhy Usborne's Very First Questions Books work well for my neurodivergent son
To support Neurodiversity Celebration Week, we hear from an Usborne editor about her experiences sharing Usborne’s ‘Lift-the-Flap Very First Questions and Answers’ books with her son, who has recently been diagnosed with autism.
Tips and expert adviceScreen-free festive play inspired by Don't Tickle the Polar Bear!
We are excited to be partnering with Claire Russell of playHOORAY! to bring you some wintery play inspiration. Claire is a mum of three, early years expert and big fan of Usborne books and she has shared five brilliant play ideas for all ages inspired by Don’t Tickle the Polar Bear!
Tips and expert adviceCan kids really help the trees?
Can we really help the trees? was written by Katie Daynes in close collaboration with Dr Manuel Luján, a plant taxonomist at Kew Gardens. Here, Katie quizzes Manuel about what trees mean to him, and how he thinks children can get involved.
Tips and expert adviceThat's not my turtle... play prompts with playHOORAY!
We are excited to be partnering Claire Russell of Play Hooray! Claire is a mum, early years expert and fan of That’s not my… books and she’s created some brilliant play ideas for all ages inspired by That’s not my turtle… So, if you’re feeling daunted by entertaining small people when the days can feel very long, you are not alone and we are here to help.
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