The "Well-being of Children in the UK" is a comprehensive report on the physical, cognitive, behavioural and emotional well-being of children in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It provides an up-to-date and thorough review of existing data. The 23 chapters cover all aspects of children's well-being including poverty, health, education, housing, the environment and crime. Compiled by academics from the University of York, each chapter contains a wealth of statistical information and detailed analysis. The report also presents key statistics, trends and sources. This book should be an important research and reference tool for policy-makers, academics and campaigners.