Also reviewed in this week's TES Friday

30th March 2001 at 01:00

Books:
Frank Furedi's controversial Paranoid Parenting . A founder member of the Revolutionary Communist Party whinges because well-intentioned health professionals have told him walking from school can be hazardous for children.

Curriculum:
Business education, RE, citizenship and geography.

Resources:
Film editing: Lego amp; Steven Spielberg MovieMaker Set and Studio Action.

Children's books:
Two volumes exploring the world of Harry Potter.

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