That is Actually My Blanket, Baby! by Angie Morgan
  

That is Actually My Blanket, Baby!

Written by Angie Morgan
Illustrated by Kate Alizadeh

3+ readers   Baby and Toddler   
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As the mother of a child who refused to be separated ever from a much-loved ‘blankie’, this story struck a real chord, and I know I won’t be alone in that. Bella goes everywhere and does everything with her blanket, from painting and sticking to jumping in puddles. When her new baby brother tries to take it for himself she’s not happy, but quickly realises she just needs to teach him to love his own blanket until it’s as grubby and comforting as hers. This is a lovely book for parents and children to share, and especially good to read with new big sisters or brothers. Illustrator Kate Alizadeh’s splotchy illustrations capture all the joyful exuberance and messiness of the early years. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

That is Actually My Blanket, Baby! by Angie Morgan

Bella LOVES her blanket. Everywhere she goes, Blanket HAS to go too. But when New Baby arrives, the only thing that will stop him crying is Bella's precious, sparkly, muddy, smelly blanket! Uh-oh. What's a big sister to do? With a heart-warming and funny text from Angie Morgan and beautiful illustrations from new talent Kate Alizadeh, That Is Actually MY Blanket, Baby! is the perfect book for little ones who are adjusting to a new brother, sister or baby in the family.

About the Author

Angie Morgan

Angie Morgan has been writing and illustrating books for children since 2010. She lives in Bath with her husband and (currently) four chickens and likes gardening, car karaoke, frothy coffee and oranges. She also collects bright coloured notebooks which she carries everywhere as she never knows when inspiration will strike.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Angie Morgan
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Author's Website

www.angiemorgan.co/

Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

13th July 2017

ISBN

9781848696891

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