As the sun starts to rise, a young girl and her mother set out on the bus, riding knee to knee to visit their mulberry tree in the English countryside. With buckets and tubs in hand for collecting berries, the two spend a day picnicking, waiting out a summer shower under their tree, and climbing as high as they can to pick the best mulberries, the ones that are tucked away from the world. When the sun starts to set, they head home to bake a delicious pie, all the while knowing they’ll be back next year to do it all again.
This tender story follows a mother-and-daughter pair enjoying a ritual to remember (that ends with a delicious seasonal treat.) Author Tanya Rosie makes her picture book debut with a heartfelt story honoring family traditions and time spent together with someone you love.
"The lack of other characters strengthens the idea that Mum is the whole world to the child and that they are present in their experiences together. The book also offers a positive representation of a one-caregiver household and a narrative of abundance instead of scarcity.... Cozy and sweet." — Kirkus Reviews
|Recommended Age||3 - 6|
|Publication Date||Jul 19, 2022|