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WIN 1 of 25 copies of A First Time for Everything by Tiffiny Hall and Ed Kavalee, Illustrated by Anil Tortop, thanks to Allen & Unwin.

A hilarious and relatable story that perfectly captures all the messy, glorious chaos of a baby’s first year, from two of Australia’s best-loved TV and radio personalities.

This is the story of my family – first-time Mum, first-time Dad, and me. I’m a first-time baby.

We’ve never done this before… but I think it’s all going smoothly.

Sometimes parenthood isn’t picture-perfect. But from first nappy change to first words, it’s full of love, laughter and unexpected moments.

25 lucky winners will receive a copy of A First Time for Everything by Tiffiny Hall and Ed Kavalee, Illustrated by Anil Tortop, valued at $19.99 each

Please note this competition is open from 1st September 2019 until 1st October 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. Y. MarkowskiNSW
  2. L. ArmatiACT
  3. M. HickinQLD
  4. A. KennedyQLD
  6. S. UnderhillNSW
  7. A. FieldNSW
  8. K. HuntOutside Australia
  9. G. MasonVIC
  10. H. ClarkWA
  12. T. TranVIC
  13. W. CarolSA
  14. V. BecharaVIC
  15. T. HallWA
  16. T. CosgriffVIC
  17. R. HainesACT
  18. B. PlayerWA
  19. M. KovacikNSW
  20. Z. AliVIC
  21. L. Dal CastelloVIC
  22. J. SpearVIC
  23. L. BarnesVIC
  24. M. MatherQLD
  25. J. StevensNSW
  • Any Mem Fox book tickles my fancy, but Koala Lou is extra special. It brings back special memories of reading this to my children.

  • The rainbow fish because I have read it since a child and now I am reading it to my children. It is a beautiful classic.

  • Possum Magic by Mem Fox, its a childhood favourite I can still remember and now I like to share with my child

  • ‘I’m Australian too’ by Mem Fox. It shows children about multiculturalism and how versatile our country can be as well as teaches about our nations animals.

  • Animalia by Graeme Base because it’s the most logical, alliterative, fun and creative way to teach children their ABCs and learn about beautiful animals – 2 birds, 1 stone!! (pardon the pun with ‘Birds’!). The front cover of the book is so appealing, plus learning about nature is integral for kids.

  • Possum Magic, the book was replaced twice because I made everyone read it to me so much!

  • It’s called Night Owl. My little son loved it. Especially the pages which said BOOOOOOM! Yes, a thunder page!

  • Gumnut babies, my gran used to read them to me when i was little and being on a farm she had lots of gum trees and we’d try and look for the gumnut babies

  • Possum Magic! It’s a classic story that has stood the test of time and is now loved by my kids. It is wonderful being able to share this wonderful story with them.

  • I have a golden book of sloppy the bush kangaroo – much loved

  • such a tough question to answer because there are so many great Aussie picture books!! My favourite would definitely have to be wombat stew! It’s such a classic book that makes me giggle each time I read it.
    It also has lots of great Australian animals :)

  • I love all the Mem Fox books. They are stories I grew up with and have enjoyed reading to my 4 children. I hope they will find the same joy in reading them to their children when they have their own.

  • Anything by Mem Fox! She provides us with lifelong bonding memories and takes us on so many wonderful adventures its hard to pick just one! A true Aussie icon through and through.

  • Possum magic all the way
    we read this together every day
    Mem Fox has our heart with her books
    On the bookshop shelves it gets the first look!

  • Defintely the hungry catapillar always loved those holes throughout every page!

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