This gorgeous rainbow of board books is available for purchase online (set of 3 only)



"I work in an Early Learning Centre and After School Care in Adelaide. I received your Whose Clothing series of books on Monday and have been using and reading them at work ever since. Everyone loves the last page of the Whose Pants? book! We had a few boys try to emulate their shorts to resemble undies this morning! Thanks for writing and sharing your passion with us. We enjoy admiring the different types of clothing and noticing who in the classes resemble the attitudes of the characters. We have a boy like Liam who takes his teddy everywhere!" Steve Clark, Adelaide SA.


Humour, Rhyming & alliteration

The 'Whose?' Series is full of fun, rhyming stories that kids will love. Did you know rhyme encourages children to guess and predict words? 

All four books are easy out-loud reads., that not only teach children about clothing for different weather and various activities, but I've also slipped in some sneaky alliteration to help with language development. Eg. 'Will is wearing a woollen hat...'

all-inclusive characters

It's imperative that our multicultural society is reflected in children's books. So you'll find lots of different names and children represented across the four books. I also challenge some stereotypes, with Bella wearing a building hat (go girl!) and George carrying his gymnastics bag. At such an impressionable age, kids need to know they can try a whole range of activities, without feeling they are 'boy' or 'girl' specific. 

What age are the books aimed at? 

I'm a big believer in reading to babies from birth, so I've made sure these books are suitable for newborns right through to beginner readers. The board books are case-bound which means they're sturdy and will endure whatever your child throws at them (including teeth - got a book chewer?!). The illustrations by Spike Maguire are bright and gorgeous too.


From the Whose Hat? Book

From the Whose Hat? Book

Series Titles: Whose Pants? Whose Shoes? Whose Hat? Whose Bag?