6 Books to Read with Your Little Ones This Mother’s Day

6 Books to Read with Your Little Ones This Mother’s Day

Reading with our children is one of life’s great joys. It’s good for the soul, and helps us teach children valuable lessons about the world through the voice of characters they love and admire. This Mother’s Day, we’ve compiled a list of books which will warm the cockles of you and your little one’s heart. Whether you’re looking for an endearing read with one of your own, or a gift for a new mum, this list is packed full of enchanting stories and charming illustrations.

The Mummy Animal Book by Jennifer Cossins

Adorable mummy animals and their babies, stylishly illustrated by CBCA award-winning artist and writer Jennifer Cossins. The ideal gift for little ones to give to mum or grandmum so they can share reading time. Read our review here.

There’s Only One Mum Like You by Jess Racklyeft

Brave mums, playful mums, cuddly mums, quiet mums – every mum is special in her own way. Charming, heartfelt and delightful, There’s Only One Mum Like You is a tribute to the unique magic of mums. Read our review here.

Thanks, Mum! by Matt Cosgrove

Snuggling up for a bedtime story, kissing a sore knee to make it better, pushing the swing as high as the sky… There are a million different reasons to say “Thanks Mum!”

Mum For Sale by Zanni Louise and Philip Bunting

Errol’s mum won’t get off the phone. So there’s only one thing for Errol to do… Find out what happens when cheeky Errol puts his mum up for sale!

Mummy Cuddle by Kate Mayes and Sara Acton

It’s getting late, but one little rabbit is wide awake… The bestselling creators of Daddy Cuddle return with a charming tale of a playful bunny who would rather snuggle than go to bed. A book to be loved and treasured by children, mothers and families everywhere.

My Mum Says the Strangest Things by Katrina Germein and Tom Jellet

From the team that brought us My Dad Thinks He’s Funny and its sequel My Dad Still Thinks He’s Funny, this book is bound to make your little one laugh. When Mum’s busy she says she’s run off her feet. When I dawdle, Mum tells me to shake a leg. When I say, “I’m coming,” Mum says, “So is Christmas.” My mum says the STRANGEST things.

What books do you love reading with your kids? Let us know!



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  1. Lisa says:

    We love to read “Guess how much I love you”