Stella's class is having a Mother's Day celebration, but what's a girl with two daddies to do? It's not that she doesn't have someone who helps her with her homework, or tucks her in at night. Stella has her Papa and Daddy who take care of her and a whole gaggle of other loved ones who make her feel special and supported every day. She just doesn't have a mum to invite to the party. Fortunately, Stella finds a unique solution to her party problem in this sweet story about love, acceptance and the true meaning of family.
Miriam B. Schiffer is a New York based writer and childrens book consultant. She co-authors the childrens book review column 'The Reading Chair' in Young Children, a journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Miriam lives with her husband and twin sons in Brooklyn. This is her first book for children.Holly Clifton-Brown was brought up in the English countryside where she loved to look at the pictures in books. Nothing has changed. Eventually she packed her paints and completed a degree in illustration at the University of the West of England. She has illustrated several books for children, including Annie Hoot and the Knitting Extravaganza and How to Be a Ballerina. She lives in London.