Five things I learned editing Issue 51

I always enjoy the different things I learn through editing JUNO. Each issue brings connection with so many talented and generous people and exposure to new books and ideas. Here I’d like to share with you what I learned from preparing the latest issue, published 1 October. 1. Families involved with fostering and adoption are […]

From the Editor – Summer

Make One Change? Putting this issue together has been inspirational, as always! I love the range of people we correspond with in creating JUNO, who give us so much to think about. I really like Sue Willis’ article about Saving Libraries, with Ian Mitchell’s beautiful illustration. Sue asks us to think in a wider sense […]

Organic School Uniform from EcoOutfitters

If you are looking for school uniform ahead of the new term, why not consider online EcoOutfitters? They have an excellent range of uniform for boys and girls including shirts, trousers, skirts, dresses, socks and polo shirts. We are trialling skirts and a long-sleeved blouse. The cotton in the blouse is thick and you can […]

Saffia Farr reviews i-Spy Books

During the Summer holidays, many of us visit friends and family or go on holiday, or just have more time to potter around at home. This is therefore a great time of year to try out the new-look i-spy books. In our family, adults and children have been enjoying the excitement of spotting things and […]

Saffia Farr introduces The 100 Good Deeds bracelet

The 100 Good Deeds bracelet is a collaboration between Mary Fisher, an artist who works to support vulnerable women across the world, and Thomas Morgan, a filmmaker who created the 100 Good Deeds game with his family. In the game you go out of your way to help someone, but the deed only counts if […]