Duo open Next Page, an inclusive bookshop in North Hertfordshire

Duo open Next Page, an inclusive bookshop in North Hertfordshire

A new children’s bookshop in Hitchin is specialising in inclusive titles, including books that celebrate neurodiversity. 

Liz Tye, a former primary school teacher and trained SENCo (Special Educational Needs co-ordinator), set up the shop with Julie Anderson, the operations manager at Bounce Sales & Marketing. The pair have been friends for 16 years and have for a long time wanted to work together, and this year the time was finally right, says Tye. 

Next Page Books is on the site of a former Boots, and stocks all kinds of children’s books, but Tye and Anderson will maintain a range that ...

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