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Let me out!

Let me out!
How to enjoy the school run
Ann Kenrick

The Book: If you are going to read a book this week,
make it Ann Kenricks’ amazing new book “Let Me Out!”.
The author shares a fascinating insight into the school
run. More than ever before, with pressure on the family
purse, rising obesity levels and the challenge of climate
change now is the time to leave the car at home and
walk or bike to school. “Let Me Out!” is entertaining and
practical handbook for parents, children and teachers
and local authority staff. If you invest one hour you too
will be encouraged and inspired to get out of your car
and enjoy the school journey. The book provides an
entertaining mix of personal experience, policy review
and practical suggestions.

Publish Date: July 2009
RRP: £8.99
ISBN 13: 978-1-906788-01-8
Format: Paperback FSC re-cycled paper
Dimensions: 234mm X 156mm
Extent: 242 Pages Approx.
Category: Reference - Transport
BIC Class: RPT
Contact: Sarah Marshall
Mobile: 07739 386545
Fax: 0121 602 0150
Address: LPP House, 54 Frankley Ave.
Halesowen, West Midlands, B62 0DX

Promotion & Publicity: Independent publisher
committed to ongoing & sustained marketing

“I don’t think that there was ever a day that I was driven to school;
I would always cycle! This is an ideal book for people who want
to improve children’s fi tness, help our planet and, who knows,
produce our future Olympic athletes!” Rebecca Romero, World
and Olympic Champion

“Sustainable school travel can bring huge benefi ts to our
environment, our society and most importantly to our children.
This book will make you stop and think about the school journey
and appreciate the compelling benefi ts of walking.” Tony
Armstrong, Chief Executive of Living Streets

“Highly recommended by TfL, this book is a must read for school
travel advisors and all those working daily to encourage children
to walk or cycle to school.” Clare Mulholland, School Travel
Planning Programme Manager, Transport for London.

“Our recent report on School Transport concluded that there
is no single ‘magic bullet’ solution to improving school travel.
This practical handbook will encourage school champions with
an inspiring range of examples of good practice from schools
around the country and the world.” Louise Ellman MP, Chair of
the House of Commons Transport Select Committee.

“Most children don’t get enough exercise. Walking or cycling to
school can make all the difference but parents want to know
their children are safe. This book serves as a valuable practical
guide for parents and schools who want to promote healthy and
safe alternatives to the car.” Steve Norris, Transport Minister
1992-96, Patron of Sustrans and the Campaign for Better
Transport, founder and fi rst Chair of Cycle England.

“We know that many children want to cycle to school, and I
would recommend this book as a powerful tool for helping to turn
this desire into a reality.” Paul Osborne, Safe Routes to Schools
Director, Sustrans

The Author and The Charity: Ann Kenrick OBE has been
involved in sustainable transport issues directly for over fi fteen
years as Trustee of the Environmental Transport Association and
London Cycling Campaign and Founder/Chairman of the East
Dulwich Safe Routes to School Group. She is also Secretary-
General of the Franco-British Council, and was recognised in
the 2009 New Year Honours list with an OBE for her contribution
to Franco-British relations. London Cycling Campaign works to
ensure the views and interests of those who cycle in London
and would-be cyclists are persuasively articulated, routinely
requested, and effective in infl uencing decision-making and
creating better outcomes for cycling.

The Publisher & The Charity: Lollypop Publishing Ltd. is
a socially aware book publishing company concentrating
specifi cally on social and environmental issues. 10% of all profi ts
from book sales are donated to CLIC Sargent - the UK’s leading
children’s cancer charity.

Amazon link is If you do get the book and do like it don’t forget to do a review on Amazon!!

Ann Kenrick OBE

Ann Kenrick
07801 437152