Tanith Carey is the author of eight books, ranging from biography to social history and parenting.
She writes opinion and features for a wide range of publications all over the world including The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, Good Housekeeping and the Mail on Sunday.
Tanith's latest book, Mum Hacks, aimed infact at both mums and dads, tackles the stress on today's parents and looks at practical ways to make their lives simpler.
Tanith's previous book, Girls Uninterrupted is still the essential go-to book for parents who want to build stronger daughters in a challenging world.
Tanith's 2014, Taming the Tiger Parent - How to put the Well-being of your Child First in a Competitive World was published by Constable/Little Brown and was the first UK book to look at the bigger picture of what continual school testing is doing to our children and how parents can help their children navigate this.
It received wide spread coverage all over the world and has been called 'a book to re-orientate parenting' by author Steve Biddulph and 'well-balanced, well-argued and highly readable' by Sue Palmer, Author of Toxic Childhood.
After it was recommended by Stephen Fry on QI, a kindle version of Tanith's acclaimed history of bad agony advice has been released in a Kindle format in February 2015.
For a full biography and more information on Tanith's books, please see www.tanithcarey.com.