Hello, Baby Mo! A Bloomsbury Young Reader

Hello, Baby Mo! A Bloomsbury Young Reader

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Adam wanted a brother. Instead he got a sister called Mo and now his house is full of new stuff and all of it is for the baby. Well, Adam doesn't think the baby is lovely and he doesn't like the name Mo. Will he ever learn to get along with his new sister?

This humorous story about new siblings from author Emma Shevah is perfect for children who are learning to read by themselves and for Key Stage 1. It features engaging illustrations by Katie Saunders and relatable characters young readers will find hard to resist.

Bloomsbury Young Readers are the perfect way to get children reading, with book-banded stories by brilliant authors like Julia Donaldson. They are packed with gorgeous colour illustrations and include inside cover notes to help adults reading with children, as well as ideas for activities related to the stories.

Book band: Turquoise
Ideal for ages: 6+
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 145 x 212mm
  • Featherstone
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1472963466
  • 9781472963468

About Emma Shevah

Emma Shevah is Thai and Irish (which probably makes her Thairish), and was born and raised in London. She has lived and travelled in many countries but now lives in Brighton with half of her four children, their speedy baby tortoise and a kamikaze hamster. Emma is the author of three middle-grade novels, runs the Literary Club at New York University in London and teaches English at Francis Holland School.

Katie Saunders thinks the best part of her job is creating new characters. She loves to work with bold on-trend colours, patterns and textures. Katie lives in Kent with her two children and partner and their three crazy cats. In her spare time, Katie loves to go running, drink lots of tea and far too much coffee, and have a good old gossip with her crazy Mum friends.
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