You Are My Happy (Hardcover)

You Are My Happy By Patricia Hegarty, Thomas Elliott (Illustrator) Cover Image

You Are My Happy (Hardcover)

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Celebrate love and togetherness in this enchanting picture book from bestselling author Patricia Hegarty, a wonderful Christmas gift!

Wake up, baby, it's a brand-new day! Join along with mamma turtle and her little one as they explore their big, beautiful world. Written with Patricia Hegarty's gentle rhyming text and the heartfelt message of love and togetherness, this rhyming children's book will capture the hearts and minds of parents and little readers. Featuring interactive die cuts for little ones to peek through and gorgeous full-color nature illustrations, You Are My Happy will inspire repeat reads for years to come!

This I love you book is a perfect Easter basket stuffer for ages 4-7, gift for new parents, holiday stocking stuffer, birthday gift for boys or girls, or bedtime read aloud for anytime of year!

Why readers love You Are My Happy:

  • Perfect for toddlers and kids ages 3-7
  • Interactive die cut format and sweet baby animals makes for an engaging bedtime read aloud
  • Beautiful, full color illustrations
  • Perfect Valentine's Day gift, Mother's day gift, holiday stocking stuffer, or Easter basket stuffer for kids!

Wherever you are, wherever you go,

Baby, I'll always love you so.

Patricia Hegarty began working in children's publishing more years ago than she cares to remember and is now Editorial Director at Caterpillar Books. As an editor, she has worked on titles ranging from atlases to animal pop-ups, craft kits to crazy mazes, and sticker books to secret diaries.



Thomas Elliott is a children's book illustrator and art director based in London, England.

Product Details ISBN: 9781728235097
ISBN-10: 172823509X
Publisher: Sourcebooks Wonderland
Publication Date: August 3rd, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English
"Ingenious ... Hegarty's rhymed narrative features lots of tender sentiments ... A clear winner." — Kirkus Reviews