My Super Single Mum is a deceptively simple little publication. It's not terribly long or deep however it evokes all the right feel-good emotions that will have you and your kids truly celebrating your little family, and just how special it really is. "It's just Mum and me and that's ok" gives a bird's eye-view of the relationship between herself and her wondrous super-single mum. The result is the telling of a life of riotous fun and love that any two-parent family might envy!
With its sweet, simple phraseology, and charming illustrations by Muntsa Vicente of Spain, this book will have you and your kids smiling, giggling, cuddling and most importantly feeling GOOD about the family that they're in.
Best of all, My Super Single Mum starts and finishes with the mantra "it's just me and my mum, and that's okay" - and you know what? It REALLY IS!
Other titles in the series
My Super Groovy Gran
My Super Single Dad
My Super Single Mum
My Two Super Dads
My Two Super Mums
Steven Schuback does it again with another confidence-inspiring story for young readers, encouraging children to be proud of who they are. ‘Debra is a Zebra, but different to the rest. Instead of liking black stripes on white, she thinks white stripes on black are best. Debra is a little bit different, and she stands out from the crowd. But is different a reason to be ashamed, or is different a reason to be proud? With colourful fun illustrations and rhyming test, this book will capture your child’s imagination and help... More info
*No refund on this item - Was $18.95* *Reduced by 15% - Now $16.10* How do you react when you can’t be the same as others? Do you hang your head and hide, or do you put your chin up and try? Meet Tad. He’s a bullfrog with a weak leg that makes it hard for him to jump high. Tad is teased a lot. Will the words of the other bullfrogs help or hurt Tad? More info
A sensitive, detailed and informative guide to male puberty, invaluable for young boys and parents alike, tackles key subjects from physical changes to emotional ones. Bright, stylish original colour illustrations and diagrams reveal everything young boys need to know about the changes they experience as they near puberty. Written in a witty yet factual and clear style that makes this confusing and tricky subject approachable. Includes basic details on what's happening to girls, too. Written in conjunction with medical and counselling experts. How do I shave? When will my voice break? What’s... More info