My Mum! by Beth Shoshan
  

My Mum!

Written by Beth Shoshan

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From the same illustrator that brought us the charmingly funny My Dad! - we now have My Mum! - who is rather silly but simply lovely. Guarenteed to put a smile on your child's face.

Synopsis

My Mum! by Beth Shoshan

A book about a very silly mother from the illustrator of "My Dad".

About the Author

Beth Shoshan

Beth Shoshan was born in Brighton. She never seemed destined to be 
a children's writer, after all she 
had failed English Composition.
 But everything changed when she
 was challenged by Meadowside 
to write the most inappropriate
 children's book imaginable - it
 should contain sweets, explosions 
and arcane English words. She 
did, and Smidge became an instant 
best-seller. Now with over 30 titles 
to her name, Beth has become one
 of the most successful children's
 authors of the past few years.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Beth Shoshan
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Publisher

Meadowside Children's Books

Publication date

1st January 2009

ISBN

9781845392680

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