Karen Sullivan Books & Biography
Karen Sullivan is an author, journalist and childcare expert with regular columns in SecEd and Early Years Educator. She sits on the expert panel of several national newspapers and magazines, lectures on childcare and child-related issues, and appears regularly on radio and television. Books include: ‘How to Say No and Mean it’, ‘Commonsense Healthcare for Children’, ‘Kids Under Pressure’, ‘How to Help Your Overweight Child’, and ‘Bullying: How to Spot it, How to Stop it’, all of which have been widely translated. Her childcare practices (a violence-free system based on rewards for good behaviour and reasoned discussion), were the subject of a BBC1 documentary 'A Good Smack?' She lives in London with her three children, and part-time step-children.