7 brilliant (but brutal) Jacqueline Wilson books to reread as an adult

Written by Kayleigh Dray Kayleigh Dray is Stylist’s digital editor-at-large. Her specialist topics include comic books, films, TV and feminism. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends. Which Jacqueline Wilson books are worth rereading as an adult? Other than The Illustrated Mum, obviously? Jacqueline Wilson’s books have proved surprisingly […]

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Can hope and happiness cure the incurable?

Can hope and happiness cure the incurable? Psychiatrist examines the relationship between mind and body for healing from terminal illness Psychiatrist Jeffrey Rediger of Harvard Medical School, has penned a new book He examines terminally ill people who’ve confounded medical science to live  Author calls for Western doctors to embrace the ‘medicine of hope’  SCIENCE CURED    by Jeffrey Rediger (Penguin £16.99, […]

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Dara McAnulty has the rare gift of evoking the natural world

Nature’s boy wonder: He’s autistic and only 17, but Dara McAnulty has the rare gift of evoking the natural world with all the power and beauty of Ted Hughes Dara McAnulty, 17, from Northern Ireland, has penned a nature journal  He details the seasons as he experiences them and the trustworthiness of nature Naturalist who is on the autistic spectrum is […]

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