Philly & Friends

Who Do I See in the Mirror? by Philly & Friends - Hardback Picture Book

$17.00 CAD

Hardback Picture Book 

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As seen in Hello! Magazine, Junior Magazine, The Independent Indy Best, BBC, Metro

“The little girl, Philly, has so much self-love, it’s contagious”

A beautiful hardback picture book with gorgeous illustrations. This book makes a perfect keepsake gift.

Who Do I See in the Mirror? is a simple yet powerful book about a sweet little girl who goes through a journey of discovering what makes her truly special.  It reminds children that they are much more than their physical appearance.

 

Beautiful Hardback Childrens Picture Book


This gorgeous, colour-illustrated book concludes with a strong message, it’s what is on the inside that counts. A wonderful finishing touch is that it ends with a certificate that each child can hang up on their wall.

Age recommendation: 0 -6

Best Pre-schooler Book Silver Winner - Junior Design Awards
One of the best 15 children's books on diversity -Hello Magazine.
One of the best kid's books that celebrate diversity - The Independent Indy List
One of the most inspiring children's books promoting equality - Smiley News

Written by Vese Aghoghovbia-Aladewolu

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Rose G. (Rugby, GB)
Brilliant Read- Absolutely Lovely

I came across this book from when my Goddaughter, got this as a present from her Aunty , I also have a little girl aged 3 , with my Goddaughter being 4. During the Christmas holidays when she was with me , we enjoyed reading this book , they related so well with the character in it , the wordings are so unique and easy for them to read along with . The pictures in the book are so beautiful 🤩 I had to them purchase another copy for my own daughter to keep at home and it’s one of our favourite bedtime stories 😍

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Mrs K. (Huddersfield, GB)
Who Do You See In The Mirror

This book is excellent for children of colour as it gives you positive images of a black child, that you learn to love every part of your being. So they are able to talk about any negativity that might be happening at school or anywhere else.

This is exactly what children need to appreciate life's hard journey and knocks.

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sharon j.d. (Arundel, GB)
Fabulous book

This is a beautifully written book. A firm favourite.

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Hawa (London, GB)
Brilliant positive book! Definitely recommend

Finally got a copy and so glad we did; what a brilliant book. Both my kids (5 year old girl and 2 year old boy) enjoyed it - great illustrations (it especially caught my son's attention). I particularly loved the writing style and the positive image it portrays in an interesting and fun way for the kids.

Great quality book and was delivered on time!

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Anonymous (London, GB)
Beautiful

Such a sweet book. Simple and impactful

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