WIN 1 of 25 copies of A First Time for Everything by Tiffiny Hall and Ed Kavalee, Illustrated by Anil Tortop, thanks to Allen & Unwin.

A hilarious and relatable story that perfectly captures all the messy, glorious chaos of a baby’s first year, from two of Australia’s best-loved TV and radio personalities.

This is the story of my family – first-time Mum, first-time Dad, and me. I’m a first-time baby.

We’ve never done this before… but I think it’s all going smoothly.

Sometimes parenthood isn’t picture-perfect. But from first nappy change to first words, it’s full of love, laughter and unexpected moments.

25 lucky winners will receive a copy of A First Time for Everything by Tiffiny Hall and Ed Kavalee, Illustrated by Anil Tortop, valued at $19.99 each

Please note this competition is open from 1st September 2019 until 1st October 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.


  • I loved the gum nut babies, my mum would read it to me.
    I still have the book and I read it to my four children.
    Now I am reading it to my grandchildren and they love the gorgeous pictures.
    Amazing story and still fun to read 50 years later.



  • grug, classic cute



  • Och Aye the Gnu by Jimmy Barnes, it’s a funny, easy to read book with fun characters. My daughter loves it.



  • I love Tania McCartney Australia ILLUSTRATED as the photos are for a variety of ages and the story line of each illustration is amazing. I can show the grandkids what I am actually talking about. The kids specially love the flora and fauna pictures as they are beautifully illustrated in watercolours that relate to the animals or landmarks. I myself love to look back in time as I find I can with this book even though it advertises a younger age group,I love it



  • MIne loves the possum magic book as she always has a great big smile when she reads it.



  • KOALA LOU by Mem Fox is great favourite. A beautifully written tale of being happy with your best effort .. & love of course.



  • Possum in the House! Such a fun rhyming book that I can still quote from my childhood!



  • Where Is the Green Sheep? , I just love that elusive green sheep



  • The Very Cranky Bear. My son did a preschool play and the kids recited the story. It has left fond memories.



  • The gumnut babies books. They take me straight back to my childhood! Now I read them to my two children and they love them too.



  • Our family loves Imagine but Allison Lester. We love the story line and the beautiful pictures. Who doesn’t love to imagine!?!



  • I love love love wombat stew
    It’s an all time favorite Be it’s one I can read to all my children no matter what age ????????



  • Snugglepot and cuddlepie. It’s an Australian classic with so much adventure and excitement. Love all the Aussie wildlife, flaura and forna as well.



  • Wombat stew, it’s a classic!



  • “Are we there yet?” by author Alison Lester is a warm, heartfelt story. It allows you to take a trip all the way around Australia from a childs perspective. A fantastic way to learn about our beautiful country, its geography, and its people.


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