I Love Me Little Book Gift
Say ‘welcome to the world’, ‘happy birthday’ or simply ‘I love you’ with this beautiful board book and super-cute mini Keith Koala rattle.
Our I Love Me Little Book Gift is perfect for gifting to babies and to little ones up to the age of four, for any occasion.
A thoughtful gift, beautifully packaged and finished with a hand-written card and your personal message. Postage to anywhere in Australia is included.
Your I Love Me Little Book Gift includes:
- I Love Me: a super-cute board book filled with wonderful affirmations;
- a Nana Huchy Mini Keith Koala rattle;
- a gift card handwritten with your message;
- postage to anywhere in Australia;
I Love Me is a celebration of individuality and joyous self-esteem, written by First Nations author Sally Morgan and illustrated by Ambelin Kwaymullina. The book's bouncy, rhythmic prose and brightly-coloured illustrations make it a joy to read aloud with young children and a perfect introduction to Indigenous storytelling for the littlest readers.
Adorable Mini Keith Koala is part of the Nana Huchy Aussie Animals Collection and he's just perfect for little hands to hold while listening to stories. Full of personality and down-to-earth charm, Keith is destined to become a treasured friend and reading companion.
Materials & Care
I Love Me is a board book and so is designed to be handled by babies and small children. We encourage this as it’s an important part of how little ones get to know and love books. Yes, the book is likely to become a bit worn but we think that’s OK. If the pages get sticky or a bit dirty, rub gently with a slightly-damp cloth.
Mini Keith Koala Rattle: spot clean with a damp cloth to remove any marks. Can be hand-washed. Air dry.
About the Authors
Sally Morgan was born in Perth and is one of Australia’s best-known Aboriginal artists and writers. She is descended from the Bailgu people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Ambelin Kwaymullina is a novelist, illustrator, and assistant professor of law at the University of Western Australia. She is the eldest of Sally Morgan’s three children and is from the Palyku people whose homeland is also in the Pilbara.