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Eileen Hayes

Mother of four Eileen Hayes is one of the UK's leading experts on parenting and child behaviour. She is an author, magazine columnist, counsellor and broadcaster.Eileen is parenting advisor to the UK's NSPCC, vice-chair of the National Parenting Forum, and chair of the Media and Parenting Working Group.
Veronique Henderson

Colour Me Beautiful is the recognized leader in personal and corporate image consulting, with over 1,000 studios around the world. Established in 1983, Colour Me Beautiful constantly researches the image and style needs of today's women and men and updates its advice to meet ever-changing demands.
Pat Henshaw

Colour Me Beautiful is the recognized leader in personal and corporate image consulting,with over 1,000 studios around the world. Established in 1983, Colour Me Beautiful constantly researches the image and style needs of today's women and men and updates its products to meet ever-changing demands.Pat Henshaw, MFIC, has worked in the image-consulting industry for over 30 years and joined Colour Me Beautiful in 1988 as its senior trainer. She has been instrumental in developing the corporate and men's divisions of Colour Me Beautiful. Pat is co-author of Colour Me Beautiful, Colour Me Younger, Be a Beautiful Bride and Image Matters for Men.
Alan Herdman

Alan Herdman is a world-renowned Pilates expert. He has established Pilates exercise studios in several countries, including opening the first Pilates studio in London in 1970. Three of his books, Pilates: Creating the Body You Want, The Busy Person's Guide to Pilates and Pilates Plus are published by Gaia Books.
Beatrice Hollyer

Beatrice Hollyer wrote Sleep in collaboration with Lucy Smith, a health visitor with years of hands-on experience whom she first met when her own daughter was ten days old: 'Like a fairy godmother, she made my wish for a soundly sleeping baby come true.' Hollyer and Smith provide clear, sensible and effective advice on how to achieve peaceful, problem-free nights, from the first days of infancy throughout childhood.
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