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Pretend shops are a magnet for young children – and the role play can be meaningful too, explains Nicole Weinstein, who also provides some useful resourcing pointers

By Maggie Johnson and Alison Wintgens (Speechmark, £49.99)

By Nick Frost and Mark Robinson (McGraw-Hill Education, £18.19)

By Julie Fisher (McGraw-Hill Education, £17.59)

A new online training programme has been launched to help childminders support children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), looked-after children and those vulnerable to poor outcomes.

Good-quality props and practical domestic experiences can offer deep learning opportunities in the home corner, Nicole Weinstein discovers in the first of a series looking at aspects of role play

Great-grandmother Joan Porter has become a fi rst-time children's author at the age of 85. Ms Porter originally trained as a children's nurse and invented bedtime stories for patients and her own children.

By the Pre-school Learning Alliance (£8.95 members, £12.95 non-members)

By Carol Hayes (Critical publishing, £24)