Great books kids can gift to Mum

One of the greatest gifts children can give their mothers is their time, and what better way to do that than sharing a story together!

Here’s some great titles kids can gift to Mum this Mother’s Day.

For Small Kids:

9780723257479Spot Loves His Mum by Eric Hill:  Each spread in this brightly coloured board book shows Spot and his mum, Sally, having a great time together. From playing hide-and-seek to eating Sally’s cakes, every day is a fun day with Spot and Sally!

9780141363905I Love Mum (with the very hungry caterpillar)
by Eric Carle:  Join The Very Hungry Caterpillar for a celebration of love and all the ways to tell your mum how much you care. This delightful little book features Eric Carle’s bright and distinctive artwork of animal mums and babies – from giraffes and crocodiles to bears and penguins – with The Very Hungry Caterpillar making an appearance alongside each one. The perfect gift for Mother’s Day, or any day you want to say . . . I love you, Mum!

9780734416902Love You Mum by Karen Hull: In this lovely picture book, Karen Hull’s gorgeous, life-like illustrations of Australian animals are matched with a heart-warming story that celebrates the everyday love between mothers and their young children at every time of the day.

For older kids:

9780857982971Love You Mum by Alana Wulff:  Do you share everything from ‘Twilight’ to your Facebook password with your mum? Do you love your mum, but sometimes forget to tell her just how much? This book is a great way to tell your mum you care. Full of sayings, photos and illustrations for you and your mum to share.

9781408846803My Mum by Me!:   This is the perfect place to record everything about your mum – in writing, doodles and pictures! Draw your mum’s face, describe her day, list her favourite foods and much more!

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