A sweet, rhyming picture book about the special relationship between mother and child.
With a gentle, rhyming story and lovely illustrations, this is a book to be loved, shared and treasured. The perfect gift for every family - whether for new Mothers, on Mother's Day, or indeed at any time of the year. From the author of picture book classic, Giraffes Can't Dance.
'This sweet and heartwarming ditty, told in witty rhyme by Giles Andreae, has cosy, bright illustrations, and is filled with feel-good charm' - Junior magazine
Winner of the Book Trust Early Years Award!
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 232 g
Dimensions: 275 x 247 x 3 mm
A beautiful and touching rhyming text * Lytham St Anne Express *
A joyful read for you and your baby * Junior *
A winning read-aloud for the very young...the large format and warm tone make this truly perfect for little ones * Kirkus *
This is a book to be read and shared time and time again * Carmarthen Journal *
Tells of the tender relationship between mother and child through witty and touching rhyming text. * Nursery World *
I Love My Mummy celebrates the funny, special and downright adorable moments that you share with your baby * Mother & Baby *
Sure to melt the heart of any mummy and some children too! * Book Fest Guide *
Wonderful rhyming story about mothering and love that's perfect to share with babies and younger toddlers. * The Bookbag *
I Love My Mummy was a particular favourite in our home. The beautiful bright illustrations and fun rhymes were a huge hit with my boys, and the celebratory topic of the bond between mum and baby really struck a chord. * Kirsty Gallacher, The Sun *
A story told with wit and charm. * Family Interest *
A beautiful and touching rhyming text, told with wit and charm. * Lytham St Annes Express *
Andreae amd Dodd team up to create a winning read-aloud for the very young. * Kirkus *
Sweet and heartwarming ditty, told in witty rhyme by wordsmith Giles Andreae, has cosy, bright illustrations, and is filled with feel-good charm. * Junior *
A celebration of the seemingly ordinary, this is a toddler's-eye view of the important qualities in a good mother - cuddling, drying tears, feeding, toileting, bathing, kissing and reading stories to the aforementioned toddler. What more could you ask? * Cork Evening Echo *
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