My Mummy's Magic

$24.95 AUD

A beautifully illustrated tribute to mothers through the eyes of an adoring child. Perfect for cuddly bonding time. Reminisce over the highs and lows of pregnancy in the most fun and imaginative way possible.

Key features:

  • Rhyming with repeated stanza.

  • Cleverly communicates the baby's growth with help of some cute and curious creatures.

  • Covers the most familiar pregnancy stages such as morning sickness, cravings, ultrasounds, first kick and more!

​      Recommended for ages: 2-7

      Baby Shower or Mother's Day gift.
      Ships within 48 hours

"An amazing book that my 2yo nephew loves. The rhyming and out of the box animal comparisons made him laugh and wait in anticipation throughout. Highly recommended!" - Billy

"To my mum, I love you."

This is a lovely book for a toddler or pre-schooler with a growing interest in the concept of pregnancy, and particularly for those with a sibling on the way.

Nicole Nelson, ReadPLus

Written in rhyme, beautifully illustrated.

The repeated stanza as well as a consistent rhythm throughout will help young readers build confidence and enjoy knowing what comes next.

Creates excitement surrounding pregnancy and birth.

The various pregnancy stages, in the text plus in the art, teach children at the same time as entertaining them, and will provide a great platform for parents and children to discuss the miracle of pregnancy and birth.

A proven supplier of warm, fuzzy feelings.

Warmly narrated through the eyes of an adoring child. The intimate and relatable character-based nature of the book strengthens bonds between parent and child.

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Keeping kids engaged with reading, love and art.

Einstein said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Imaginative and creative play is how children learn about the world. These free My Mummy's Magic themed activities are sure to be fun for the whole family!

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