New book encourages children to speak out

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New book encourages children to speak out

A new picture book has been released aimed at encouraging young children to voice their likes and dislikes. I like bees, I dont like honey, is a collaboration between the NSPCC and the London based illustrator Fiona Lumbers. It's hoped it will teach young readers to have the confidence to speak out about how they feel. 

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