Out Now – Issue 35, Spring 2014

The Spring issue of JUNO is out now featuring an interview with Shelia Kitzinger; an extended feature on home education; Sarah Ockwell-Smith discussing bed-sharing myths; Talking Point on organic cotton;  a mum sharing her positive experience of elimination communication; ideas for free outdoor activities for Spring; eco-holiday recommendations; encouragement to become a Flexitarian and simple … [Read More...]

Ideas, News & Events


Flowbox – Saffia Farr reviews

A Flowbox is a healthy-lifestyle monthly grocery box to help introduce you to products that are good … [Read More...]


Family Music Camp

This August (from Tuesday 19 until Sunday 24) sees a family camping experience with a difference in … [Read More...]


The Green Gathering: 31 July until 3 August, Chepstow

The Green Gathering is a four day camping event combining festival entertainment with speakers, … [Read More...]


Liz Walker from Reading Chest reports on big discrepancies in school book lending

In the approach to World Book Day 2014, Reading Chest carried out research which showed … [Read More...]

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World Book Day – Thursday 6 March

Celebrating Books At JUNO we are sent hundreds of books for review. As someone who loves books … [Read More...]


Celebrating 15 years of The Gruffalo

Families across England are invited into a deep dark wood near their home this year to celebrate The … [Read More...]

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Den Building – review of PL-UG

My children love building dens using sheets and blankets, tables and chairs. They love making dark cosy corners than they can hide in and call their own. However, over the years there has been frustration when they can’t make them as dark as they’d … [Read More...]


A Dad’s Miscarriage

Al Ferguson shares his story Miscarriage is a mysterious and devastating thing. I don’t think Dads talk about their experience of miscarriage enough, and they should. They should because it’s real, it’s very common and it helps to talk about it. … [Read More...]


My Baby Diary

Emma Ross shares why she is vlogging her first pregnancy and what she has discovered online “Tonight I ate peas and fish fingers for dinner.” This was a typical scintillating entry into a diary that I religiously kept for years as a young girl. I … [Read More...]


Opinion Piece – Birth Matters

Lauren Quackenbush believes that we need to focus on the birth process, not just the outcome “... At least she's healthy; that's all that matters.” Those can be the most well-meaning, and hurtful comments a woman can hear after giving … [Read More...]


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