Lots of news and events happening this month that we wanted to highlight beyond the “Latest News” page.

The second season of Jo Frost’s Extreme Parental Guidance will be airing starting on Wednesday, 6th July at 8:00p on Channel 4 in the U.K.

As Jo would like everyone to participate in the EPG series, we’ve created a page on the website with a episode-by-episode synopsis and, after each show, Jo will be adding her post-show thoughts on the families and whole experience to the web page. All of the photos that appear in the mosaic are a visual diary of Jo’s behind-the-scenes pictures from shooting the series. When you click on the photo, it opens to reveal a larger gallery. Click here to take a look, play around and don’t forget to watch the show!

Also this month, Jo is on the road in the U.K. signing copies of her new book, Jo Frost’s Confident Toddler Care. Pick up a copy at your local bookstore, or pop into a shop near you and say hi to Jo whilst she’s in your town. Click here for her tour schedule.

Additionally, we’re also excited to announce a new section on the forums (premiering this month) for nannies and caretakers to ask questions, give advice, and seek support in dealing with both childcare and parents issues in their jobs. Everyone is welcome to offer posters advice in this new section, so keep checking in as questions are posted. 

U.S. friends, we haven't forgotten about you! We'll keep you posted on television and book-related events when they happen in your region. Stay tuned! – The Web Team

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