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I Love My Mum is a gorgeous collection of poems celebrating how wonderful our mums really are. From poems about a crazy mayonnaisy mum to a handstand-skateboarding supermum, messages for Mother's Day and a spell to make mum smile, this is the perfect gift for mothers, stepmothers or foster mothers. My Mum wears a jelly bra.
She says it helps her figure.
I reckon she has matching pants
That make her bottom quiver. Funny, silly, beautiful, emotional and thankful, this collection includes over fifty poems chosen by Gaby Morgan from Paul Cookson, Julia Donaldson, Rachel Rooney, and many more. With quirky illustrations by Jane Eccles, it's sure to make any mum laugh out loud, shed a happy tear, or raise a knowing eyebrow.

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About Gaby Morgan

Gaby Morgan is the editorial director of non-fiction at Macmillan Children's books.

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About Jane Eccles

Ruth Thomson is an award-winning writer of non-fiction books for both children and young people. She writes on an eclectic range of topics, including history, writing skills and art and design, as well as on the human body and health. She also travels widely, collecting recycled artefacts and stories about their makers to exhibit in museums and gallerie

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