A board book edition of this bestselling story about the arrival of a new baby.
Giles Andreae is one of the most successful children's authors working today. His many bestselling and award-winning picture books include Giraffes Can't Dance, Rumble in the Jungle, The Lion Who Wanted to Love, Love My Mummy and I Love My Daddy. Giles is also the creator behind the hugely successful Purple Ronnie and Edward Monkton brands. He lives in London and Oxford with his wife and four children.Vanessa Cabban studied at Brighton University and the Royal College of Art and has gone on to illustrate many award-winning books for children. As well as working on picture books, Vanessa is a fine artist and sculptor whose work is exhibited in galleries all over the UK. She lives in Northumberland with her husband and two miniature dachshunds.
It can be really difficult for a child to adapt to a new member of
the family and books are a great way to introduce the idea... the
one I most frequently recommend is Giles Andreae's 'There's A House
Inside My Mummy'. * Scottish Book Trust *
A popular book that captures the wonder and excitement of looking forward to a new member joining the family * Families Magazine *
It can be really difficult for a child to adapt to a new member of the family and books are a great way to introduce the idea. The one I most frequently recommend is Giles Andreae's There's a house inside my mummy * Scottish Book Trust *
This little board book tells it how it is through the eyes of a toddler * Evening Echo *
When I asked friends with more than one child which book they'd recommend on the subject, the one that came up time and again was this one * parentdish.co.uk *
This clever story explores a child's perspective of his mummy being pregnant. Beautifully told in simple rhyme, it is a book that can be read over and over again * Carousel *
An everyday story made special by the gentle humour, simple rhyme and friendly pictures * The Independent *
A great book for sharing with your firstborn while your second is still in the 'tummy house'. * The Times *
Creates a sense of security to encourage a young child to feel involved * Junior *