Reading fairy tales or stories to children has been a longstanding tradition – one we don’t even need reminding of, until now perhaps with an overload of TV and screen time. Choosing not to read to your child and opting to place them in front of a screen is forcing your child into a state of isolation. Discover how you can change this and help your child grow up to be healthy, happy and successful by reading with them.
Listening to stories goes beyond entertaining your child
Discover 5 Ways Storytelling Improves Your Child’s Mental Health and general Wellbeing
If ever there was a year when parents needed to be celebrated it is this one. Being a parent is an honourable role. It’s time to celebrate you. In honour of your challenging role, I offer support with my Golden Tips for Easier Parenting and Free Guide for caring single mothers.
Meet Kiki, an ordinary unassuming girl cat with extraordinary powers when she puts on her red headband!
Her belief in herself inspires children to be more confident.
Here you will find out all about the characters in the Kiki and Friends series of books set in Sleepy Meadow, a quintessentially British village where nothing really happens – unless you’re a cat!
As a children’s author I would like to “do my bit” for the families of Britain. The best way I can think of is to entertain the “mini troops” with stories from my books – PLUS activities based on the stories. So, I ventured out into the technological minefield of social media and set up a Facebook group where you can come join me with your children: Kiki’s Secret Cat Club (https://www.facebook.com/groups/kikisclub).
We all want to give our children a happy healthy start in life. With the help of Kiki and Friends, you can do just that.
A beautiful story of friendship and the power of self-belief. Kiki, a little stray kitten, uses her own amazing powers to fend off a big bully and turn him into a great new friend.
There are some frightening statistics out there regarding how our young people are feeling today. Reading and Martial Arts goes even further in a child’s personal development. Both practices improve children’s ability to concentrate on a task and their endurance as they see it through to its completion. Perhaps the the biggest benefit is their boost in self-confidence:
Children’s author, Francesca Hepton, is teaming up with local Martial Arts centre AIM to help raise awareness for National Children’s Day on the 12th of May 2019. Together they are taking steps to help children be healthy inside and out. Come to the FREE party or show your support by entering the prize draw to win some fantastic prizes worth over £300!