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Elizabeth Peck's book Why Does Mummy’s Tummy Hurt? has helped her young daughter understand the menstrual cycle.
Ageed Murad discusses his harrowing pre-UK life story and vision for the future outlined in ‘Me, You and the Next Generations’
Cambridge author’s epic tale of caring for son David in Nepal
Jake and the Unexpected Smile is a delightful children’s tale written and illustrated by Kim Temple.
Cambridge doctor and author Michelle Tempest argues in her new book that we shouldn’t be scared of artificial intelligence.
The first episode of the 10th series of Death in Paradise aired last week, on the same day that Robert Thorogood's new novel was released.
Linton-based school teacher Jemima Price has enjoyed the reaction to having her first novel, Finding Ruby, published.
The bestselling Cambridge author's new self help book uses Poirot's clue-hunting techniques to find out what really makes us happy.
A new historical novel for children has taken the same source material Charles Dickens used to inspire his Oliver Twist.
The Cambridge author's new novella is a seasonal mystery to curl up with at Christmas.
The BBC sports journalist reveals the beach sign that inspired his new island adventure story for children.
Hanging out with a penguin colony and skiing down glaciers are all part of the job for Antarctic map maker Peter Fretwell.
Cambridge author David Laws on the inspiration for his new novel, 'Führer's Children'
The chances are you will have played with a toy, ridden on a bike or seen a car that was designed by Cambridge's Tom Karen - he created the 70s.