My Two Super Mums is the latest edition to the wonderful series written by Bronny and illustrated by our wonderful new illustrator Fleure Vaslet. Fleure is an English born Australian based Artist living bayside and the two met through the primary school where both their daughters attend. What has ensued is not just a beautiful friendship but a marvellous collaboration between two mums who believe families should be celebrated in all their shapes and sizes.
'My Two Super Mums' presents a family of four: two mums and two daughters enjoying their day-to-day life. Written in a simple verse style the story conveys the message that it doesn’t matter the makeup of your family, as long as you are happy and loved.
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
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