The Home All Together Bundle

Pages: 192 / 144 / 160
ISBN: 978-1-910012-89-5 / 978-1-910012-28-4 / 978-1-910012-55-0
Publication Date: 13/03/2020

RRP: £27.48
Price: £19.98

Let books keep you company with this special bundle

With recent events and the current talk of schools soon to close, many of us will be staying at home with our families. For parents, you might be asking ‘just what am I going to do with the kids?!’ The worry of how much time our kids are spending on screens may be even more of an issue when they are stuck at home. To help to dispel the worry a little, we want to encourage parents at this time to seize the day and think of it as an opportunity: a chance to broaden and renew the mind, find new ways to engage with the kids, plan new things, try new activities, grow closer as family.

We’ve put together some brilliant book bundles to help. The ‘Home All Together’ Bundle includes Left To Their Own Devices? Confident Parenting in a World of Screens, full of practical advice on how to manage screen time and The Really Really Busy Person’s Book on Parenting, which includes great ideas to help parents find that extra minute to enjoy their kids and to make the very most of every precious moment, both by Katharine Hill, as well as Probably the Best Idea in the World by Mark Greene, a wise and often funny collection of stories on how we can love one another and God better, putting relationships at the heart of everything. With a third off and free postage by Royal Mail, what’s not to like?

(Psst. if you have one of these titles already and would like to swap it out and add something else to this bundle, just drop us an email at!)

A Note from Muddy Pearl

What’s in this bundle?

Left To Their Own Devices? Confident Parenting in a World of Screens by Katharine Hill:

With technology, as with life, we need to equip our children to make good choices and to deal with all the hidden dangers, as well as to take hold of the positive opportunities. Katharine Hill’s clear, informative book explores the impact of the digital world on teenagers and younger children. Offering encouragement, wisdom and practical advice on topics such as screen time, social media and consumer culture, as well as how to tackle some of the more serious issues of online bullying, grooming and pornography, this book is a lifeline for parents, carers and teachers in an age of digital confusion.

Whether you are a new parent or living with teenagers, a stranger to Snapchat or have 500 followers on Twitter, this book is for mums and dads who want to confidently parent in a world of screens.


The Really Really Busy Person’s Book on Parenting by Katharine Hill and Rob Parsons:

There is no one way to be the perfect parent. But there are a hundred ways to be a great parent. This hilarious, engaging little book is packed full with great ideas to help any really really busy parent find that extra minute, to enjoy their kids and to make the very most of every precious moment. Within these few pages are ideas strategies and principles that can revolutionise not only the way we parent, but also the way we feel about our parenting.


Probably the Best Idea in the World by Mark Greene:

At the heart of everything there is one very good idea – the true currency of our society, the key to all human flourishing and happiness. That idea is very simple. It is love, actually. Love God. Love one another. Simple – but far from easy. With brilliant storytelling and deep theological insight, Mark Greene explores Jesus’ familiar yet greatest command as a simple but liberating framework to help us make decisions that enhance rather than damage our relationships – whether it’s about replacing a dishwasher or managing a team. He challenges us to put relationships deliberately back at the heart of all things.

Full of humour, Probably The Best Idea in the World shows how Jesus’ emphasis on thinking relationally is not only a liberating basis for our personal lives, but a dynamic foundation for our families, our workplaces, our society, and our global community.

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