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Freebie Friday: There’s A Baby In Where?

My favourite day has almost arrived!

Tomorrow is Freebie Friday!!!!!

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I’m so pleased that I finally finished and published There’s A Baby In Where? after a year of agonising over it. There’s A Baby In Where? is the first book of my health series and I am so honoured to offer it to you for free this Friday.

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Get There’s A Baby In Where? for free on Friday 11 March here

 

There’s A Baby In Where? Follows the story of a young girl named Julia. Her mother decides to take her daughter to a special lunch where she reveals that she is pregnant. Julia doesn’t shy away from asking her mother the difficult questions like how the baby got there, what a womb is, if it’s a brother or sister, how the baby will come out of her mother’s tummy and if her parents will love her the same after the baby arrives.

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The story is easy to read and has a rhyme here and there. I’ve hand drawn all the images and I’m so proud to present this book.

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I am so grateful to be doing something I love every day. Thank you all for your support. You have restored my confidence in myself and my abilities as a writer and illustrator.

 

Let me know what you think.

 

Stay Blessed!

Lindsay Sign Off

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Freebie Friday: There’s A Baby In Where?

    1. Thanks 🙂 I appreciate your feedback. I went through this process with my step daughter and I couldn’t hide it because I had hyperemesis gravidarum. She was devastated when she saw me in the hospital, but she was so happy to find out that she was going to be a big sister. I think this is the conversation I would have had with her if I wasn’t hooked up to an IV at the time of the reveal. 🙂

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      1. Me too! I loved your post – the mixed perspective on skin colour. My son is mixed, but looks more like me and I often wonder what growing up will be like for him, especially here in South Africa where race divisions run quite deep after apartheid.

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