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Mum, Tell Me: A Give & Get Back Book

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They cheer a cloudy day like Little Miss Sunshine, entertain you like Little Miss Fun and give good advice like Little Miss Wise. How does Milo’s mum always seem to know when he is doing something he shouldn’t? She looks ordinary but perhaps she is hiding a secret superhero identity…

All customers and recipients should ensure they have read the product information carefully, especially if a recipient has any allergies.While Jools is now a mum-of-five, her book about her first pregnancy is a down-to-earth account that many first-time mums will relate to. She writes openly about facing the unfamiliar emotions and physical changes that pregnancy brings about. 6. The Mother Book, by Molly Gunn (Selfish Mother) There’s a wry humour to this story about a boy testing out his theory that his mum has superpowers and X-ray vision, with a clever twist that takes the reader by surprise. This uplifting rhyming book is as comfy as Mummy’s cuddles, illustrating all the fun and care she showers on Zeki on their days together.

Big emotions can be overwhelming for small people as anyone who has dealt with toddler tantrums or stroppy three-nagers knows. But this clever book by acclaimed author Polly Dunbar offers a simple way to help them find some calm. Who wouldn’t want to grow up to be just like Mummy? She’s practical, creative and adventurous – but totally down to Earth in this story too.

1. Happy Mum, Happy Baby, by Giovanna Fletcher

Strawberries & cream - Sugar, vegetable fats, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass, lactose, milk fat, cream powder, strawberry powder, emulsifier & natural flavourings. One day a little girl notices her eyes are different from her friends. Theirs are round with long eyelashes but hers kiss in the corners and crinkle into crescent moons. We all know what we do is amazing and that deep down, our children do appreciate us, but it doesn’t hurt to remind them from time to time, does it? Reading in pregnancy is a great way to relax and prepare yourself for the arrival of your little one. It's also the last time you're likely to have much 'me-time' for a while, so we recommend you make the most of it. This witty but tender ‘spotter’s guide’ to mums is perfect for slightly older kids, and a great way to open up discussions about how much mums do if you are feeling under appreciated.

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