With Mother's Day right around the corner, we've put together this list of books that celebrate love and parental bonds – perfect for reading together on this special day and beyond!
All of our paperback picture books come with a free Stories Aloud audio reading.
Easy-to-use peekaboo sliders, a funny rhyming text and surprise mirror ending combine in this stylish and interactive board book for babies and toddlers! With a total of 10 smooth mechanisms to push, pull or turn on every spread this beautiful book is packed full of fun! From Camilla Reid and…See more
I Love You, Little One
A heart-warming bedtime picture book all about the love between a parent and child. One guinea pig mummy loves her little one so much more than she can say. As they spend a fun-filled day together - painting, reading, baking and sharing a very special picnic - she finds lots…See more
Love You Always
Heartfelt and touching story about the enduring love between a parent and child. As little hedgehog Hoglet and his mummy walk home through the autumn leaves, Hoglet is puzzled and full of questions. Everything is changing around him - would his mummy love him more if HE changed too? Will…See more
I’ll Be There
A heart-warming celebration of parental love that follows baby animals as they explore the world. In this calming, rhyming picture book, a little polar bear wobbles on ices floes, a tiny tiger cub learns to roar, and an owl chick faces a fear of the dark. Who will be there…See more
A heartwarming animal story with the 'ahh' factor from Emma Dodd Join little rabbit and his mummy as they spend a glorious sunny day together in the meadow. Little rabbit finds love everywhere, but knows that a mummy's love is always the best love of all. Featuring a tenderly-told rhyming…See more
Mother and Daughter Dress-Up Dolls: Costumes From Around the World
In this beautiful, hardback book, children can dress up dolls and learn about fashion from around the world. Press out the mother and daughter dolls, then pick which beautiful traditional costume to dress them in, using the easy fold-down tabs, before adding a hat or headdress and sticking on some…See more