Natalie drew on her own problems looking after her hair as a child with dual heritage parents
It is the first of its kind in the capital to get children from different ethnic backgrounds, to learn about their own and educate them about other cultures.
To coincide with the 10th anniversary of the One Young World summit
Charlotte Philby's debut novel
She wants to make the magic of books available to absolutely everyone
Under the watchful eye of the former England Cricket star Matt Prior
At the British Library
Two exhibitions have opened at Kensington Palace to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria
Hannah Cox is the Young People's Programme Manager at the National Theatre.
Sadiq Khan visited a school partaking in Football Beyond Borders
Under 2% of children's authors in the UK are people of colour
Grenfell families express frustration in new charity report
New campaign to stimulate babies brains
New exhibition explores the evolution of writing
Across London, 53 assaults occur every day, with the average worker experiencing verbal or physical abuse 26 times a year.