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Mem Fox

Hello Baby!

Hello Baby!

Regular price $17.00 AUD
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  • Handmade with heart
  • Female makers

Clever monkey babies, dusty lion babies, sleepy leopard babies - the world is filled with beautiful babies.
But which one is the most treasured baby of all?

A vibrant adventure in a book! With its rhythmic storyline, this classic charms little ones by introducing them to the world of baby animals.

The clear and engaging narrative is signature Mem Fox - perfect for first-time readers - while the vivid 'paper art' illustrations spark imaginations, echoing the whimsical style of Eric Carle.

Perfect for tiny hands and curious minds, this book promises delightful discoveries on every page. Your baby will love:

  • The catchy, repetitive story, perfect for young ears.
  • Bright, captivating illustrations to catch their eye.
  • A heartwarming conclusion where they see themselves in the story.
  • A joyful journey with each read, fostering early love for books.


  • Board Book
  • 32 pages

Praise for the Book

"Mem Fox's books are like a warm blanket; they have a way of making the world seem a little cosier" - SUNDAY AGE.

"This picture book brims with fascinating animals, brilliant words and engaging artwork; it begs for cozy nightly readings" - KIRKUS REVIEWS.

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About the Author

Mem Fox

Mem Fox was born in Melbourne in 1946. She grew up in Africa, went to drama school in England in the mid-sixties, and came back to Australia in early 1970. Growing up outside the country of her birth gave her a unique perspective on Australia and a passionate love for it.

In 1983, she became Australia’s best-selling writer. She has remained the pre-eminent writer for young children for an entire generation writing over 40 books for children. Possum Magic, her first book, is still available in hardback after 39 years, and has become a beacon of children’s literature for millions of Australian families.

After years of study in literacy she became a full-time Associate Professor of Literacy Studies at Flinders University, South Australia, where she delighted in teaching teachers for 24 years until her retirement in 1996. Her focus on learning to read is legendary: how it is best learnt by reading to children for the first five years of their lives; the effect of literacy, or the lack of it, on every individual; and its enormous benefits for the economy of the country.

She has received three honorary doctorates and many other civic honours and awards, including South Australian of the Year in 2004.

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