'Your story is what you have, what you will always have. It is something to own.'
When you get a book you can’t put down, but also never want to end, you know you’ve found a good’un...
Anyone who has surfed a couple of times will be familiar with the way surfing can make you feel calm, relaxed and let go of all the things you were worrying about back on land. But what about using the ocean to practice mindfulness?
At this moment in time, I feel like we'd be hard pressed to find someone in society who wasn't aware of the plastic problem, or climate change. And as adults, it's easy for us to find out how to cut down our consumption and make small changes in our lives. But how do children feel about it all?
The statistics about plastic pollution are troublesome. So it’s fair to say that 'Turning the Tide on Plastic' by Lucy Siegle could be a pretty depressing read. But that’s not how I'd describe it.
I’ve been a lifelong bookworm and anyone who knows me knows I've always got a book on the go. So how on Earth wasn’t I aware of the BBC Top 100 Reads list?
I’ve read hundreds of books in my life so far but I’m struggling to remember a novel that has focused on marine conservation, particularly the plight of a fish so many people hate.
The Shark Club by Anne Kidd Taylor has that and so much more...