1. A Little Moment notebook

    A Little Moment notebook

    This absolutely stunning hard covered notebook/journal will not disappoint. Here are blank pages to record statements a child makes (the ones to repeat at their 21st), observations a mother makes about her child’s growth and development, or notes of encouragement in the journey of being a mum. Peppered throughout are quotes written about the love of motherhood by mainly music mothers. This book is sure to become treasured.
    If you're a mainly music or a mainly play group, there's a gift wrap to add to your gift. Add a chocolate bar or just use the wrap to make this even more delightful as a gift. We'll send these wraps to you (four to a page that you trim). Learn More
  2. Alphabet letters by page

    Alphabet letters by page

    Help your child enjoy the alphabet. Print these 13 pages out and cut them in half. Then using the recommendations from our BLOG post help your child find a love for the alphabet - the building blocks of words and reading.
    Remember to create a website membership - click the link - purchase the item [it doesn't cost anything!] - and inside 'my account', you'll find MY DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCTS. You don't even need to wait for an email to tell you the item is there. Learn More
  3. Centred, a book by Richard Black

    Centred, a book by Richard Black

    There is a big problem all over the Western world – anxiety. Many people suffer from the effects of stress caused by anxiety and anxiety caused by stress. Often this is as a result of the lens through which we interpret situations that we experience.‘Centred’ is the first of the Mind Health (TM) series to help people who don’t necessarily need the services of a counsellor but do need a platform to rethink situations that have impacted their life. While having been a counsellor and speaker for many years, this is the first title from Richard Black. It forms the first Mind Health (TM) principle and creates a foundation for people who are keen to live confidently and to thrive in their life. Richard has spoken about the ‘Centred’ principles to many groups of people who have felt lighter and more confident as they have left the venue, intending to put in place the principles of change. ‘Centred’ will provide people with a handbook/workbook for those who want to work on change in their lives with or without hearing any of Richard's presentations. Learn More
  4. Cook and Play book

    Cook and Play book

    Following on from their playful adventure of hide and seek, Elephant and Penguin welcome their friends into this story. Not only are they coming over to play, but they also enjoy making pikelets and then making decisions on what topping they will chose.

    Their friends are Eddie the Kiwi (named after Sir Edmund Hilary), Marlu the Kangaroo (said, ‘Mar-law’, a common name for kangaroos in Aboriginal nations) and Ava the Squirrel (a popular name for girls in England).

    When your child has friends over, there are preparations they can make. Elephant and Penguin model this for your child. They tidy up. They prepare food. They welcome their friends. They offer choices to their friends. They thank God for their food. They play. They say goodbye. Learn More
  5. Love Happened book

    Love Happened book

    Love happened  20 years, 1 month and 1 day after the wedding.
    Love usually happens before a marriage, before an engagement, during a courtship. But what happens when infatuation gets mistakenly understood as love? And then when the marriage happens and life unfolds and over the years, infatuation becomes indifference, friendship becomes rooming together, and intimacy happens without passion, what is left? Learn More
  6. My Mum’s the Best book

    My Mum’s the Best book

    This beautiful book is delightfully illustrated with animals. The ‘My Mum's the Best’ book captures the fun-loving and unique bond between mother and child, taking their prompt from the attributes of the animal pictured. Big or small, feathered or furry, mums find a way to make us feel special! Learn More
  7. My Underpants Rule book

    My Underpants Rule book

    All over the world in environments you’d least expect, children have been subjected to adults who have not had their best interest at heart. And for that reason, we have to wise our kids up. Without fear. Without a sense of panic. How is that done? In this book, you’ll find a very fun rhyme, with colourful pictures, sensitively covers the necessary discussion points, with The Underpants Rule. If your children are pre-schoolers, you might want to buy this book and hold onto it for an appropriate time. When you think they are ready for the ‘Underpants Rule’. Ensuring you have no secrets in your home and robust communication with your children, this book will encourage openness if your child ever did feel uncomfortable around an adult or another child. Learn More
  8. The Birth of Jesus board book

    The Birth of Jesus board book

    This absolutely beautiful board book will not only delight you with its illustrations (we’re pretty sure you will put it pride of place with your Christmas decorations), but will draw you into the story and enable you to talk to your child about where they were born, how you announced their birth, what happened before and after they were born. This will help your child to realise they have a place in the Christmas story, because the birth of Jesus is part of God’s story, of which we are also a part. Learn More
  9. There's a Happy Moon in My Side, by Richard Black

    There's a Happy Moon in My Side, by Richard Black

    Many children struggle with their emotions and mental health. The stats regarding #mentalhealth of children in all western countries is heartbreaking reading.
    This children's book has been written to help children learn skills to grow their emotional awareness, resilience, and wellbeing. These are skills that will also help them throughout the years into adulthood. Learn More

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Fires, floods and other nasties
Families at risk
Bring connection during Covid-19
Fires, floods and other nasties
If there has been a natural (or man made) disaster in your country, like fires, floods or even terrorism, and you'd like to support the groups in that area, depending which country you give from, we'll make sure these groups get help. The money will go to celebration items (like Christmas books or birthday gifts) and financial support of the local groups affected.
Families at risk
We're connecting with families who don't always see the value of mainly music sessions first off - but when they attend other services provided by agencies and participate, their smiles return as they connect with their child. It fills mum's life and develops the bond with her children.
Bring connection during Covid-19
We have many stories where mothers say, "I went to my GP. I was told to go on medication. I found mainly music. I don't need medication at all." Post natal depression, social isolation, anxiety along with Covid-19 restrictions can stop anyone in their tracks. Contributing to this fund from anywhere in the world will help those mainly music groups who are struggling financially.
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