An author with cerebral palsy says he hopes his book will help young people "be themselves".
By Lucy Owen
By Tyler Edwards
First transmitted in 1977, Joan Bakewell visits Haworth in Yorkshire, home of the Brontes.
By Rebecca Jones
Arts correspondent, BBC News
Educational series using Makaton sign language. Today, Justin and his friend go to the library while Mr Tumble uses his imagination by playing 'library' with the toys.
Stories you may have missed this week, including the Amy Winehouse dress that fetches thousands.
By Nicola Bryan
Ben Shires and Mr Smith from Bitesize are joined by many different authors providing helpful tips and advice as we learn about story themes.
This film profiles Oliver Jeffers, the massively successful children’s picture book maker. Known across the globe, he has sold over 10 million books.
The story behind Sylvia Plath’s seminal novel The Bell Jar: a young woman’s struggle to survive in 1950s America. With her daughter Freida Hughes and several of her close friends.