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  1. National Doodle Day - A Chat with Thea Baker

    National Doodle Day - A Chat with Thea Baker

    On National Doodle Day, we chat with Thea Baker, who illustrated The Shepherd Who Couldn’t Sing by Alan Barker, about her work as an artist. 

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  2. Funny Man Paul Kerensa’s 5 Tips for Comedy

    Funny Man Paul Kerensa’s 5 Tips for Comedy

    On 19 October, we’ll be at The Museum of Comedy for Three Funny Men, an event featuring Simon Jenkins, James Cary, and Paul Kerensa. Tickets are available here

    Paul shares his wisdom about comedy events with us. 

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  3. SPCK works to improve prisoners’ literacy skills

    SPCK works to improve prisoners’ literacy skills

    Rebecca Mulhearn is the project manager for Diffusion. She previously worked as a commissioning editor for SPCK and lives in Bedfordshire with her husband, two daughters and cat. In honour of International Literacy Day, she blogs about her work with Diffusion, a programme designed to help prisoners improve their literacy skills.

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  4. SPCK's work for International Day of Charity

    SPCK's work for International Day of Charity

    Today is the International Day of Charity.

    Charities have received a bad press in recent years: the safeguarding scandal at Oxfam, the collapse of Kids Company and the hassling of the poppy seller Olive Cooke are but three examples. Sadly, the UK’s 165,000 small charities are suffering because of the cynicism created by the actions of a few of the big players in the sector.

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  5. A Chat with Editor Tony Collins

    A Chat with Editor Tony Collins

    19 August is World Humanitarian Day. Our Editor Tony Collins blogs about our upcoming book They Called Us Love and the inspiration behind it. 

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