Mar 04 2017To celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight Ethical Superstore EthicalSuperstore.com is offering an adorable children and baby bundle for parents who love ethical shopping and feel-good products. One London Mums reader has the chance to grab this fantastic hamper. Check below what you need to do to enter this competition.
Mar 03 2017Since interviewing Matt from Collabro last year, I have been following the whereabouts of the world’s most successful musical theatre group and former winner of Britain’s Got Talent, who have just released their highly anticipated third album Home today, through their own label Peak Productions. Last night they threw an amazing party for a few guests (I was there too!) and sung some of the most iconic songs from Home including Beauty and the Beast.
Mar 02 2017London Mums, don't miss The Art of the Brick: DC Super heroes. DC’s most iconic super heroes and super villains have just arrived to London thanks to renowned Lego artist Nathan Sawaya who has created the World’s Largest LEGO® Exhibition using more than two million Lego bricks inspired by Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Sawaya gave up his job as a lawyer in New York years ago to totally dedicate himself to Lego art. Since then his creations using children's building bricks have become famous around the world. The Art of the Brick: DC Super heroes exhibition is located in a purpose-built tent, at South Bank's Doon Street Car Park just minutes away from Waterloo Station. London Mums extensively covered his The Art of the Brick first London exhibition in 2014 . It was love at first brick.
Mar 01 2017World Book Day is one of the most exciting days in school life every year so we thought we'd celebrate World Book Day 2017 on its 20th anniversary with a competition! Five lucky readers are in for a chance to win a set of the specially commissioned World Book Day £1 books. David Walliams, Dame Jacqueline Wilson and Julia Donaldson among the “national treasures” writing new stories to mark the occasion.
Feb 28 2017See You in the Cosmos is one of Penguin Random House's biggest debuts for 2017 and a book we at London Mums are really excited about as we feel it has the same potential as Wonder and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. It has already been receiving early rave reviews from authors including Jennifer Niven and Robin Stevens, who are two authors of youth novels whom I adore. I personally agree with New York Times bestselling author of All the bright places, Jennifer Niven about this book. It is truly moving. She said: ‘I haven’t read anything that has moved me this much since Wonder . . . [Alex’s] extraordinary journey is relatable and timeless, and I wanted to stay forever in this funny, wise, beautiful world.’