May 18

Review: Magic Mummy by Caroline Stills

I received this book for free from ARC received from publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: Magic Mummy by Caroline StillsMagic Mummy by Caroline Stills
Published by Walker Books Australia Pty, Limited on 2009
Genres: fiction, picture book
Pages: 22
Source: ARC received from publisher

My mummy is magic.' A child details the things that make her mummy magic, from her eyes that can always tell when someone hasn't brushed their teeth, to her gentle hands when she brushes hair.

A sweet book for preschoolers about mothers, Magic Mummy shares all the magic things that mothers do with their children every day – kisses and hugs that make hurts go away, a voice that tells amazing stories, delicious meals and fun games.

Featuring a little blonde girl and her rosy-cheeked blonde mother, this story is more likely to appeal to little girls. It would make a lovely gift for a preschool-aged girl on the arrival of a baby brother or sister as a way of focusing on the special relationship the child shares with their mother.

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