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We’re celebrating World Book Day — which takes place on the 1st March 2018 —  with a fun and fabulous Facebook Live on Thursday 15 February! We’ll be doing it live from Waterstones Piccadilly in the middle of London! We’ll be broadcasting with the children’s channel Tiny Pop and a special guest: Yetili, the mascot…

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Book Club: Review The Little Book of Peace by Cherry Menlove

BritMums have been a fan of Cherry Menlove since she started her blog and we are so excited that she has published The Little Book of Peace. We’re pleased to say we have 50 Kindle copies available for bloggers that would like to review it! Sign up here. Cherry explains the impetus for the book which,…

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Book Club: The Pursuit of Happiness by Ruth Whipman

I really wanted to like this book. The whole idea of the act of chasing happiness having the adverse affect intrigues me. After all, who doesn’t want to be happy? Aren’t we all on that journey? But I found the author got in my way. Having spent half my life in the US, her sweeping…

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Book Club: Review The Pursuit of Happiness

When British Journalist and documentary maker Ruth Whippman moved to California, she found one common obsession amongst the people she was meeting: finding happiness. From mindfulness to self-help seminars, Buddhism to Tinder, America seemed to be locked in a relentless collective quest to hunt down the happy. Fed by a multi-billion dollar happiness industry intent…

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Book Club: The Playground Mafia reviews

  Our latest book is “The Playground Mafia”. Book Club hostess Jacqueline Steward, who blogs at Best and Beyond, starts us off on the discussion below. Read what she thought about the book and join in. I confess I moved my children from one school as I found the playground mafia at their SW London school…

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Book Club: Review The Playground Mafia

The average playground is full of bullies, show-offs and gossips – and we don’t mean the kids. Parents have evolved into the worst kinds of stereotype in the last few decades. In the playground, you can be sure to meet Competitive Mums, Bohemian Mums, Toyboy Dads and many more! The Playground Mafia: The Essential Guide…

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