6 Feb 2009

Extended coverage for The Children’s Society’s landmark report “A Good Childhood: Searching for values in a competitive age” continues to come in.

Here is a list of more key NATIONAL online coverage:

The Children's Society report fails to see that, while kids today ...

Happily, children don't have such a hard time
Times Online

Britain's children What ails them?

What if...Mrs T had been a stay at home Mum?
Daily Mail

At last! Proof that children CAN survive a week without their ...
Daily Mail

Credit crunch could be good for spoilt children and guilty parents
Daily Mirror

The snow may be lovely, but what's with this blizzard of totally ...
Marcel Berlins for guardian.co.uk

How to raise children: A 10-point guide to domestic bliss
The Independent

Leader: the selfishness that excludes children
Church Times

Be less selfish and don't split up, says childhood report
Church Times

The Good Childhood® Inquiry - the UK's first independent national inquiry into childhood - is managed by The Children's Society. The major new paperback A Good Childhood, is on sale now. The book is written by Professor Richard Layard and Judy Dunn and published by Penguin.

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