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Know children's writer-II

Pam Ayres is a British author, poet, broadcaster, and entertainer. Many of her poems are in school textbooks around the world, including the U.K. and the U.S.A. Ayres performs solo stage shows throughout the U.K. and has also toured Australia and New Zealand. She is one of a handful of comedians to have performed at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall. She has appeared at many Literary and Arts festivals worldwide. Ayres appears regularly on TV and radio, especially BBC  Radio 4. Ayres was awarded the MBE in 2004 for service to literature and entertainment. Some of her popular books for children include Guess Why Pam Ayres on Animals I am Oliver the Otter  N.B. Courtesy to The Assam Tribune Planet Young Nov 16 2023

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Know children's Writer -I

Canato Jimo   i s a designer, writer, and picture book creator from Nagaland. He is currently the Art Director for picture books at Pratham Book s, Delhi. He has designed worldless picture books for children and young people. His work includes themes like children's daily lives and fantasy monsters from Naga tribal folklore.  His stories, inspired by everyday life, are accompanied by detailed and vivid illustrations.   Some of his popular books for children include: Asamo, it that you Snip I love you Guy N.B. The above information collected from The Assam Tribue , Palnet Young (Dec 14, 2023)

Exploring the Impact of Social Media on Risky Decision-Making in Adolescents

  A recent study from the University of Glasgow sheds light on a concerning connection between frequent social media use among adolescents and a heightened propensity for risky decision-making, posing serious threats to their well-being. Examining data spanning from 1997 to 2022, involving 1.4 million adolescents aged 10 to 19, the research unveils a disturbing link between regular social media engagement and a range of risky health behaviors. This includes a surge in underage drinking, drug use, smoking, and instances of anti-social behavior. The study underscores the far-reaching impact of platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and others, influencing millions of young minds. Of particular concern is the exposure to social media content promoting risky activities, notably evident in the study's findings on alcohol advertisements. The research, published in BMJ, emphasizes the substantial evidence of harm associated with such exposure, especially in cases of increased al

Building Strong Bonds: The Art of Quality Time with Your Kids

There are a few tips to provide quality time with your kids: Develop a Plan of Action: Prioritize activities that your child enjoys and that encourage positive interaction. Plan age-appropriate activities that allow for shared experiences and meaningful conversations. Be flexible in your plan to accommodate your child's preferences and interests. Stay Dedicated Without Distractions: Create a designated time for focused interaction without interruptions. Avoid multitasking or engaging in activities that may divert your attention. Demonstrate genuine interest and active listening to strengthen the connection. Keep Away from Your Mobile Phone and Social Media: Set boundaries by putting away electronic devices during your dedicated time. Minimize the temptation to check messages or browse social media platforms. Show your child that they have your undivided attention, enhancing the quality of your interaction. Avoid Gossip: Refrain from discussing sensitive or inapp


  MY FIRST VISIT AT THE ZOO My first visit with my dad at the zoo was incredible! I saw lots of different animals at the zoo, in my diary (where I wrote all the animals in) there were about 33 animals that we saw! And guess what? There are even more animals to see! One of the rare animals that we saw was a White Porcupine! It looked cool, not gonna lie. The funniest was the Hoolock Gibbon, it was shouting like Crazy 🤪 !  The animal that I liked the most was the Lion. It was with his lioness, and I got so excited that I accidently said hello to them… (I’m saying accidently because the lion could run over and grab me, don’t worry though he didn’t do that I’m fine.) He stared at me then returned to his business. I was excited because it was the first time, I ever saw a lion! Ok, the one that I did get scared a tiny bit was the Burmese Python, it scared me because mate it actually crawling on the ceiling light ☠ ️😱 ! Even though I’m actually not afraid of snakes. (That’s actually true, b