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Article  •  10 May 2019

 

Kids books about mums for Mother’s Day

A list of children’s books which are all about celebrating mum! Perfect to share with your little one, this Mother’s Day, or any day.

Spot loves spending time with his mum, Sally. Each spread shows Sally and Spot having fun together in this brightly coloured board book.

Little Kiwi thinks his Mama has an easy time of it, until in an emergency egg-sitting situation, he gets to find out the reality for himself!

A gorgeous sparkly picture book celebrating Peppa’s Mummy Pig.

Magic and mayhem in this sweet and funny series for 5-7 year olds, all about Ella, her mummy and her mummy’s secret power!

Tracy Beaker is back, and she’s a mum now. Told from the perspective of Tracy’s daughter Jess, this fantastic new story reunites readers with an old friend.

 

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