Mommy Time

Mommy Time[Reading] ➾ Mommy Time Author Judith Kerr – Heartforum.co.uk Mommy time is magic time in this unexpected and enchanting new tale from the one and only Judith Kerr, creator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Mog the Forgetful CatFrom Judith Kerr OBE comes a future Mommy Time is magic time in this unexpected and enchanting new tale from the one and only Judith Kerr, creator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Mog the Forgetful CatFrom Judith Kerr OBE comes a future classic to touch the heart and tickle the funny boneWith whip smart observation, illustration perfection and the unexpected twist on the everyday that personifies Judith s classics, Mommy Time is sure to join the ranks of her very best, and bestselling, books Full of warmth, whimsy and wit and the very special magic that can only happen when you re with Mommy.

Judith Kerr was a German born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring picture books such as the Mog series and The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acclaimed novels for older children such as the autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit which give a child s eye view of the Second World WarKerr was born in Berlin but left Germany with her parents and her brother, Michael, in , soon after the Nazis first came to power They were forced to leave as her father, noted drama critic, journalist and screenwriter Alfred Kerr, had openly criticised the Nazis,who burned his books shortly after the family had fled Germany They travelled first to Switzerland and then on into France, before finally settling in Britain, where Kerr has lived ever since She subsequently became a naturalised British citizen.

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    Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB boneWith whip smart observation, illustration perfection and the unexpected twist on the everyday that personifies Judith s classics, Mommy Time is sure to join the ranks of her very best, and bestselling, books Full of warmth, whimsy and wit and the very special magic that can only happen when you re with Mommy."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Mommy Time
  • Judith Kerr
  • 13 June 2019
  • 0008318247

10 thoughts on “Mommy Time

  1. James says:

    Mummy Time 2018 is the new book by revered and much loved author and illustrator Judith Kerr creator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea , the Mog books and muchMummy Time is a lovely little story with Kerr s usual accompanying illustrations all about a toddler out at the park for said Mummy Time and an adventure of the imagination that transpires Whilst not perhaps the story that some might anticipate from the title this is an ingeniously written book with beautiful illustratio Mummy Time 2018 is the new book by revered and much loved author and illustrator Judith Kerr creator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea , the Mog books and muchMummy Time is a lovely little story with Kerr s usual accompanying illustrations all about a toddler out at the park for said Mummy Time and an adventure of the imagination that transpires Whilst not perhaps the story that some might anticipate from the title this is an ingeniously written book with beautiful illustrations.At the age of 95, Kerr is an inspiration to us all to be still writing and illustrating to the highest standards as demonstrated here long may she continue

  2. Mathew says:

    In an interview with the Guardian in Feb, 2018, Kerr reflects on how many of us just stare at their phones and should lift our glances up and out because, after all, the world is quite interesting Mummy Time then, is a little tongue in cheek ode to that parent who professes to spend quality time with their children but, instead, buries their head in a phone and misses out on theimportant things.Deciding to give her son some special Mummy time, mummy and toddler head to the park to pla In an interview with the Guardian in Feb, 2018, Kerr reflects on how many of us just stare at their phones and should lift our glances up and out because, after all, the world is quite interesting Mummy Time then, is a little tongue in cheek ode to that parent who professes to spend quality time with their children but, instead, buries their head in a phone and misses out on theimportant things.Deciding to give her son some special Mummy time, mummy and toddler head to the park to play As soon as she sits down, Mummy gets on the phone to her best friend and offloads From now on, the words and pictures depart from one another of a sort with the narrative sharing mummy s speech and the images showing her toddler s adventures in the park This involves eating duck food, chomping on flowers in trees, sticking his fingers in a dog s mouth to dislodge something that has been stuck there and a lot of falling over all actions that would leave a parent mortified But I loved it and its nod to Burningham s excellent Shirley books Made all thespecial by a guest appearance of one very special cat

  3. Ellie Abrey says:

    A heart wrenching story of a mother and her child that go for some mummy time at the park, yet the mother is distracted the entire time with a conversation on the phone This story shows the importance of living in the moment without being distracted by mobile phones.

  4. Danny says:

    Dreadful book A mother takes her child to the park and chats on her phone while her neglected child gets up to all sorts of dangerous stuff I m not sure whether it was meant to be an amusing book, but it just came off as stupid Time to retire Judith

  5. Sophie May says:

    The mother wants to spend dedicated time with her baby then spends the whole park visit on the phone the text is her conversation and is cleverly linked to what the baby gets up to Love this story

  6. Elisabeth says:

    Made me sad, made me think Maybea book on parenting than a children s book though

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