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One of our special picks for Mothering Sunday
The ahhh-factor is at its highest setting in this sweet but sturdy little board book. On each page a different mummy and child enjoy having simple fun together, whether that’s zooming round the shops, playing in the park or splashing in the bath (mummy penguin and her little one are particularly adorable). These are scenes that will be very familiar to little children, and they’ll recognise too the very special mummy love that’s depicted in every scene. The rhyming text is fun to read aloud, and the pictures are full of things to spot and discuss. Perfect for Mother’s Day! ~ Andrea Reece
Our special Mothering Sunday Picks
Guess How Much I Love You Gift Set by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram
Something for Mummy by Ted Dewan
Mother's Day by Shirley Hughes
With My Mummy by James Brown
That's Not My Chick by Fiona Watt
Superhero Mum by Timothy Knapman
Me and My Grandma by Alison Ritchie
Days with my mummy are always such fun,and ever so special together, as one.From playing in the park to cuddles at bedtime, being with Mummy makes every moment of every day special.A touching celebration of the special relationship between mother and child. Warmly told in gentle rhyme by James Brown and brought to life with charming illustrations by Cally Johnson-Isaacs.
With My Mummy is a heartwarming picture book and the perfect gift to share time and time again.
Companion title, With My Daddy, also available.
|Publication date:||8th February 2018|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
|Genres:||Bedtime Reading, Family / Home Stories|
James Brown filled in a careers questionnaire when he was 13 which told him he was definitely going to be a teacher and an illustrator - and it was right! James studied English Literature in Sheffield and Stockholm before taking up Creative Writing at St Andrews University. He was one of five illustrators to win the SCBWI's Undiscovered Voices 2014 competition, and since then James has been balancing his job as an English teacher with writing and illustrating books for children of all ages. James grew up in Nottingham where he now lives with his wife, daughters and a cat called Peg.&...More About James Brown
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