When Georgie Grows Up is Available Now!

When Georgie Grows Up is available now!

I am so excited to be able to finally share my new book with you all, after months of planning, writing, rewriting and drawing, I can honestly say that I am truly proud of the finished book. It is bright, colourful and really fun. It does have a message about eating your veg but really it is just a whole lot of fun!

When Georgie Grows Up is the story of a very imaginative child who, like most of us, is not too keen on the thought of eating vegetables.

When asked “Don’t you want to grow up big and strong?” Georgie’s imagination takes them to all of the amazing things that the future might hold, each more magnificent than the next. But will it be enough to get Georgie to eat the vegetables?

Full of colour and fun, When Georgie Grows Up is a fun fictional story that will hopefully get you all wondering just what you would do when you grow up (if you could take all the sensible answers away of course!). Go on fantastical digs to the centre of the earth or up into the sky on a trampoline, there are no limits to the imagination.

Written and illustrated by Samantha Webb (that’s me!) and published by my own independent imprint Moby and Puddle Books, this bright and bold book will get your imagination flowing, perfect for bedtimes to drift off to sleep wondering about all of the fun that you will have when you grow up.

Available now on Folksy and Amazon.

The Webb family all have big ideas for when they grow up!

Jamie, Lilly and Harry have all helped to celebrate the release of my newest book, they even shared what they would like to do when they grow up!

Alfie (shown below) told me that when he grows up he wants to be a diplodocus which makes me very happy indeed and his beautiful baby sister Betsy loved all of the bright colours!

Alfie even has a hidden Cornling in his photo!
Betsy and her mummy enjoying When Georgie Grows Up.

I would love to hear what you think about Georgie and her wild imagination,

Thank you for reading,

Samantha Webb.

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