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‘I look after the everything-else jar. Mum says that if it ever gets full, we can get a kitten.’

Author and illustrator – and campaigner – Kate Milner is garnering great praise and prizes for her beautifully-illustrated and empathetic picture books. It’s a No-Money Day follows her award-winning My Name is Not Refugee and explores life below the poverty line with sensitivity and stunning artwork. With more than one in four children in the UK growing up in poverty and many dependent on foodbanks to survive, Kate Milner has given us an excellent starting point for parents to discuss a difficult issue with young children.

 

It’s a No-Money Day
By Kate Milner
Published by Barrington Stoke

 

 

To mark publication of It’s a No-Money Day, publishers Barrington Stoke are encouraging readers of all ages to donate to their local foodbank. They’ve produced postcards with information on where to find your local branch and what items are most needed, so to request a bundle for your classroom, library, bookshop or just for home, please email kirstin.lamb@barringtonstoke.co.uk 

 

 

It’s a No-Money Day by Kate Milner is published by Barrington Stoke, priced £6.99

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