View our Top books for Mother’s Day. Choose titles that resonate with your customers from our large selection.
Choose the books which connect with your audience. We have numerous titles dedicated to this occasion.
Best Sellers With Mum in Mind
This little book for Mum has been around for a while, but with a brand new size and updated imagery, you’d be mad not to include it within your Mother’s Day listings. There’s a reason we’ve kept it around so long; this quirky little book is filled with sentiments such as “You spoil me rotten…and I like it” and “I don’t even mind you’re on Facebook”. Designed with the idea of grown-up kids (who maybe understand what a pain in the bum they were/are) who wish to thank their mum… without being too mushy.
A relatively new launch, this licensed book from Purple Ronnie includes our Just for You giftbox within the price and is packed full of colourful pages of complimentary poems, all worded as if the recipient wrote them (don’t worry we won’t tell her they didn’t).
Another title that’s been around for a little while, this book is part of our I’d Do Anything range. Each double page lists something silly you’d do to prove your love for the recipient. Who wouldn’t arm wrestle an octopus for their mum?!
4. My Mum
From the point of view of a young child, this book includes realistic rhymes about every day life – and how Mum is awesome at everything.
3. The Mum
From Ladybird’s hysterical How it Works range for grown-ups, The Mum includes . Giving The Mum as a gift will at least acknowledge that she does everything – even if it’s not a promise to help out in future. Ideal gift to give the mother of your children.
...and finally, our best-seller.....
Full of squishy hugs and rhyming couplets, this sweet little title is perfect for younger children to buy for mum – or (let’s face it) for dad to buy on behalf of younger kids, to then give to mum.
Part of the Enid Blyton for Grown-ups spoof range, this short novel is full of humorous observations about modern life. Ideal for mums who grew up reading the adventures of Julian, George, Dick, Anne and Timothy (yes those are the characters’ actual names).
All about the number one person on Mother’s Day. It’s got a choice of covers, a gift box and is choc-full of facts. If this doesn’t put a smile on her face, maybe it’s time to get a new Mum…