What's Inside Your Tummy, Mummy? by Abby Cocovini
  

What's Inside Your Tummy, Mummy?

Written by Abby Cocovini
Illustrated by

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

What's Inside Your Tummy, Mummy? by Abby Cocovini

The perfect book for introducing a young child to to the concept of where babies come from and how they grow. This is a great book to share and discuss all the changes going on inside 'mummy's tummy'. Every month a new picture shows how big baby is and how far along a timeline (featured at the foot of each spread) baby has moved. The real attractiion of the book is the 'life-size' nature of the drawings, giving mother and child a fantastic opportunity to really explore what is happening, how big baby is in context to everyday objects and what baby can hear or indeed eats! The flexible paperback binding allows for the book to folded gently across a growing tummy, helping to show a young child where the new baby is. The final spread uses a giant fold down flap to reveal the fully grown baby ready to be born and greet the world. A simple glossary is provided with explanations of the main terms used in the book. A great book to help in the preparation for a new addition to a family.

About the Author

Abbi Cocovini (Author and illustrator) is mother to 2 young children and lives in London. She is the ex Art Director of Elle and is currently devoting all her time to looking after her new baby - the inspriation for the book. This is her first book.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
20 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5 To 5

Author

Abby Cocovini
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th July 2007

ISBN

9781862303607


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