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Mummy and Mumma get Married

Phoebe wonders why her mummies aren't married. When she is told that they'd like to, but You-Know-Who won't come to the party, Phoebe is undeterred. With her trusty sidekick, Biscuit the cat, she plans a big surprise wedding for her mummies. Soon, the whole town is in on it and they are all coming along. But what about You-Know-Who? Will they ruin the surprise or make the day? 

Written by Roz Hopkins and Natalie Winter, this classic story of a little girl planning a big surprise is beautifully illustrated with sweetness, quirkiness and humour by Melbourne illustrator Cara King.
Mummy and Mumma get Married

Author: Roz Hopkins

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