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Nicola Morgan Well-Being for Schools competition

 To celebrate the launch of both The Teenage Guide to Life Online (Walker Books) and Positively Thinking(Hachette Children’s Group), Nicola Morgan, the award-winning author of Blame My BrainThe Teenage Guide to Stress and The Teenage Guide to Friends, has launched a Well-Being

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 competition for schools with some great prizes to be won; including, for the overall winner, Skype “visit” from Nicola, plus signed books, posters, and much, much more!  Full details of and a link to the competition is here:


The Teenage Guide to Life Online is the ultimate family guide to the advantages and risks of life online for people of all ages. Alongside cutting edge research into how the internet and screen-use affects our sleep, mood and ability to concentrate Nicola draws on the many advantages of living in the Digital Age and how to protect our wellbeing and avoid the pitfalls of living in an increasingly digitally reliant world.  

 Positively Teenage covers many aspects of life: changes that happen in adolescence; looking after your physical health; making your brain work well and boosting mental health. There are tips and activities and everything is based around the principles of FLOURISH: Food, Liquid, Oxygen, Use, Relaxation, Interest, Sleep and Happiness.






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