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Ellie Stoneley - Author

Ellie Stoneley was inspired to write her first book Milky Moments after her daughter was born and every book they were given depicted bottles and bottle feeding rather than breastfeeding when it came to showing babies being fed.

When she’s not writing, she's generally singing songs about dingle dangle scarecrows and black sheep with her 3 year old daughter. Ellie also works freelance helping small charities and businesses to give themselves a louder voice online. She has worked all over the world, most notably helping teach Aboriginal children and mining opals in the Australian outback, and more recently, making a visit to Madagascar to highlight the issues many children face there, on behalf of the Kitchen Table Charities Trust. Ellie writes regularly about breastfeeding and being an older first time mother on her own blog Mush Brained Ramblings, for Huffington Post, as well as at Mumsnet, Midlife Mothers, What to Expect and Breastfeeding Matters. She has appeared on TV and radio to discuss a variety of parenting issues.

Milky Moments published by Pinter and Martin in May 2015 is an illustrated rhyming book for children depicting breastfeeding as a normal and loving part of day to day family life.

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Milky Moments
Ellie Stoneley - illustrated by Jessica D'Alton Goode
Winners The People's Book Prize 2016. A beautiful book for children and their families, Milky Moments celebrates the joy of childhood and mothering, and normalises breastfeeding as a part of day-to-day life.
Lovereading Price: £5.94 - Saving £1.05 (15%) Featured in: 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 11/06/2015
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