Introducing Pippa Dowling

We are delighted to introduce thirteen-year-old, first-time author to Just Write For Kids; Pippa Dowling. Her debut picture book, Just Like Molly, is a sensitive yet powerful story of adapting to change in the face of loneliness, and having the confidence to make friends, particularly in a new environment. Pippa has written this book with heart and soul, blended with a touch of heartbreak and splash of playfulness. Scene-appropriate muted, and vivid watercolour illustrations by Sunshine reflect ...
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Even Mummy Cries by Naomi Hunter

Guest Post & #BookGiveaway by Naomi Hunter A couple of days ago we were fortunate enough to hear from author and publisher, Naomi Hunter in her interview about her first book, A Secret a Safe to Tell. Today she has generously provided even more valuable insights into dealing with family pressures and struggles and her latest title, Even Mummy Cries. Thanks once again, Naomi! X We live in a world full of emotionally challenging situations to navigate, often with compounding financial pressure...
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Naomi Hunter Shares her Secrets to her Success

It is a pleasure to welcome author Naomi Hunter to Just Write For Kids this week to share her experiences both personally and in the children's literature industry. Her openness and generosity is highly commended and appreciated in the community, and particularly for those with whom she's touched deeply with her first book, A Secret Safe to Tell. Here is a life-altering, empowering story of a young girl confused by the physical, intrusive actions of an older 'friend'. With gentle, encouraging ...
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You’re Different Jemima! by Jedidah Morley

Guest Post By Jedidah Morley Our world is facing major problems and challenges for the future. Knowing that a new generation is coming through with fresh ideas and creative solutions to these problems is comforting. It’s exciting to witness innovative and curious minds at work, developing, growing and being enriched! But what happens when these beautiful and creative minds are restricted? What happens when they are told to conform or behave like the ‘norm’? What happens when they are not g...
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