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Author Hannah Peckham shares her reflections on how books can support children's emotional literacy. 
Alicia Wilkins, a mother who has also been a teacher and a home nursery educator, shares her reflections on the transition from home to early years setting for a parent/carer. 
Emma Davis reflects on why offering 'challenge' to children in the early years is so important, and what educators need to consider to support this. 
Caroline Vollans connects with an author, an early years educator and a childminder about using story to explore and celebrate difference.
Dr Lucretia Carter Berry explores the transformative power of employing positive, affirming words when engaging in anti-racism education with young children. 
Early years educator and technology enthusiast, Richard Waite, takes a closer look at how we are preparing children in the early years for a future of rapidly changing technologies, including AI. 
Caroline Vollan's reconnects with Sue Egersdorff and Liz Ludden, a year after writing about their intergenerational nursery in the Northwest. 
Senior Lecturer Jayne Garcia looks at some of the theory related to transition between home and early years setting, and shares advice on how to make sure your setting is ready for each child.
Childminder Doreen Barton describes a typical day full of adventure and love with the children she cares for. 
Lecturer, ex-preschool manager and early years teacher Emma Davis takes a closer look at what wellbeing can mean for our early years teams, and how supporting wellbeing can be embedded in the ethos of our settings.