This little girl's mummy makes cakes as big as a rocket and chases the night-time monsters away. Butterflies come and listen when she sings, and the sun always shines when she wears her favourite dress. But when she tells her daughter she loves her, that's the most magic thing of all! Published in "Time" for Mother's Day, this is a book for every little girl who thinks her mummy is magic.
Carl Norac is a hugely popular writer, with a number of bestselling children's books to his name. He has collaborated sucessfully with Ingrid Godon on several picture books, including MY DADDY IS A GIANT (1 4050 2168 3), and his books have been translated into 18 languages. Carl is also a prize-winning poet and loves to participate in school events and book fairs. Carl has a little daughter, who thinks her mummy is magic. Ingrid Godon is one of Macmillan's best-loved illustrators, whose work has received international acclaim. She has illustrated a number of highly successful picture books including WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE BOO-HOO BABY? (0 333 73593 5) and HELLO, SAILOR (0 333 99290 3). Ingrid lives in Belgium with her husband and three children.