The little girl has lots of favourite things: the window she can look through to see what is happening on the street, apricot jam, trainers with flashing lights, the river, coloured pencils, chips, a favourite book, and a teddy. But she also understands that all of these things can change. She will grow and change, and the things she ‘likes most’ now will also change. But there is one thing in her life that will never change, and that is her mother. Mum was there before she was born, and she will always be her favourite thing, even when they are cross with each other: ‘You are what I like the very, very most in the world.’ The end pages in this book are particularly beautiful, one of spring and the other of autumn, and all the way through we see things that are favourites of ours too, things we might believe will always be there, but we know deep down will change, as will we. An evocative picture book that will help children understand the meaning of change in their lives and that it should be thought of as a positive.
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Illustrator: Zhu Cheng-Liang