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This brightly illustrated picture book is a celebration of the enduring love that surrounds your children, wherever they are in the world. The families we meet represent the wonderful diversity that make our world what it is and show that there is nothing to fear from differences. It is also a reminder to children that love is around them, especially in times of worry or fear. This book is suitable for new parents and babies, as well as for children embarking on big changes and adventures, who may benefit from this lovely reminder of the permanence of love. A beautiful message to share with young children.
Whatever you fear, come close my dear
You're tucked in safe for always here
And I will never not be near
Because of our love umbrella
From this award-winning creative duo comes a book about the wonder of ever-present love.
A stunning celebration of the joy and comfort that is always with us, wherever we roam in the big, wild world.
Who's under your Love Umbrella?
'The enduring love between parent and child is celebrated in distinctive, vintage-inspired style.' The Bookseller
|Publication date:||2nd February 2017|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
|Genres:||Bedtime Reading, Family / Home Stories|
Davina Bell is a writer from Western Australia. She is the author of the award-winning picture book The Underwater Fancy-dress Parade (illustrated by Allison Colpoys), which won the 2016 Australian Book Industry Award for Best Children's Book from a Small Publisher, as well as the Alice books in the best-selling Our Australian Girl series. For six years she was a Senior Editor at Penguin Books in the Young Readers Division, where she worked with some of our country's most beloved children's book creators. Davina lives and works in Melbourne, where she still dreams about the Western Australian beaches while drinking a ...More About Davina Bell