Fearne Cotton's yoga-loving tots are back, and this time they're hungry! Every family's mealtimes are different. George likes messy eating, Kit is banana-mad and the twins can't agree whether their snack is yucky or yummy. From chaotic breakfasts to birthday parties, Fearne Cotton's adorable Hungry Babies love to have fun at mealtimes.
'One for both adults and children, Hungry Babies will teach kids to try new things while showing parents what to do when meal times turn messy’ OK! Magazine
Praise for Yoga Babies: 'A delightful introduction to finding your inner peace' Giovanna Fletcher
Fearne Cotton (Author)
Fearne Cotton is one of the UK's most in-demand TV and radio presenters. She is on Radio 2 regularly, and presents such high profile shows as Children in Need and BBC Music Awards, and along with Holly Willoughby captains a team on Celebrity Juice. She has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for C omic Relief and cycled the length of Britain with David Walliams and team for Sport Relief, raising over one million pounds in the process. She has her own fashion range with Very.co.uk and is the face of BaByliss.
As a busy mum of two young children, Fearne knows the time pressures on parents and kids. She's passionate about involving children and families from all backgrounds in activities that can improve their health, mental well-being and promote a lifelong love of reading, and believes that being healthy needn't be expensive, time-consuming or difficult!
Sheena Dempsey (Illustrator)
Sheena Dempsey is a children's illustrator and picture book author from Cork. She has illustrated many books including Dave Pigeon written by Swapna Haddow (Faber & Faber, 2016) which was shortlisted for the Sainsbury’s Book Award. Sheena now lives in London with her partner, Mick, and her retired racing greyhound, Sandy. She loves to write and draw characters that are bursting with fun, humour and mischief.
One for both adults and children, Hungry Babies will teach kids to try new things while showing parents what to do when meal times turn messy
An excellent book to introduce young children to the idea of different foods and meals.
Inis Reading Guide
A stunning picture book whose characters’ expressions exude playfulness and joie de vivre
Cork Evening Echo