Delighted to be featured in ITN Business Global Gamechangers for International Women’s Day. ‘Global Gamechangers is a celebration of the changemakers around the world that are striving for gender equality, actively challenging bias and making positive change for future generations.’ It is a privilege to take part, with so many other inspiring and passionate women. […]
Super excited to be doing this event with Onyinye Iwu, part of the Deptford Literature Festival, for children aged 4-7. DATE: 19 March 2022 TIME: 11:30am – 12:30pm Only £2:00! WHERE: Deptford Lounge Children’s Library 9 Giffin Street Deptford London SE8 4RJ BSL Interpreted! “Laura and Onyinye will offer a reading of My Skin, Your
The deputy head of Wendell Park Primary School (School Partnership), Rosie, ordered a signed copy of My Skin, Your Skin for every class; they already had a copy and were keen to use the book to support their reflections for Anti-Bullying Week. It was my absolute pleasure to personally drop off the books on Thursday.
I was sent this video from Kids Books to Life, on their review of My Skin, Your Skin. It surely encapsulates the principles of the book. We are also finding a few schools are purchasing a copy of My Skin, Your Skin for every class. If you would like to purchase a personalised signed copy
I was delighted that my new book, My Skin, Your Skin, illustrated by the talented Onyinye Iwu. w as chosen by Amazon as part of the Amplifying Voices project for Black History Month. The billboard was on display for one week in Leicester Square in London. Click on the link here to order: Follow the
It was a blessing to record the audio for my new book, My Skin Your Skin, at Penguin Random House’s UK headquarters this week. The book is illustrated by the talented Onyinye Iwu. My Skin Your Skin will be published on Thursday 14th October 2021 and copies can be pre-ordered today. Please click on this link to order:
Thank you Nursery World for the write up on My Skin, Your Skin: “My Skin, Your Skin’ aims to support parents, teachers and carers to explain and answer questions about racism, why it is wrong and what children can do if they see or experience it.” Please click on here to read: Follow the