NCB produces leading children's services titles covering a range
of subjects across the children's sector, including early years,
education, children in care, supporting families, play, disability
Written by experts, our books and digital resources are reviewed
by specialist staff at NCB, ensuring that our experience and
knowledge supports professionals, academics, students, parents and
children to access research, policy and best practice.
In 2014, NCB transferred its publishing division to
leading independent, academic and professional publisher Jessica
Kingsley Publishers Ltd. (JKP) as part of a co-publishing
partnership. JKP will now handle the publication, sales and
distribution of current and future NCB titles.
Our books, including ebooks and many bestselling and
historically significant titles, are available to purchase on the
JKP website: www.jkp.com.
Click here to view our 2014
publications catalogue [PDF 1139KB]. All titles included
are available from www.jkp.com.
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Health and Safety in Early Years and
This practical guide demystifies health and safety in early
years settings with a step-by-step guide to the law, compliance and
Guide offering practitioners an insight into the experiences of
racism, discrimination and identity confusion that mixed race
children and young people encounter.
Parenting into Practice
This revised corporate parenting handbook is essential reading
for all councilors and council staff wish to fulfil their role as
parent to looked after children.
The second edition of this market leading resource will enable primary school staff to
develop and review their sex and relationships education (SRE)
policy and plan and deliver lessons.
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Children & Society
NCB's interdisciplinary journal, publishes research and
debate on all aspects of childhood and policies and services for
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