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    Mamma Mia

    Hi mums of Ireland!

    Would you like to help sick children of Ireland whilst giving your bookshelves an overdue clear-out?

    Mamma Mia is collecting second-hand pregnancy books from as many new mums as possible to "sell" on our website to raise money for sick children who attend the three children’s hospitals: The National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital & Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Customers will be able to purchase the books of their choice by donating a minimum of €2.50 plus postage costs per book. Each book will have a "hand on heart" rating out of 10 for condition. This means that customers will have a true idea of what state the book is in before they decide to purchase it. For example, if it has dog-ears and scribbles on it, we will advertise that fact.

    You can play a huge part in this project by sending us your old pregnancy-related books to:

    Bump Book Appeal
    Mamma Mia
    88 Alpine Rise
    Belgard Heights
    Dublin 24

    We would be delighted to accept all books relating to pregnancy, birth and babies which are in suitable condition for selling on the site.

    We have kick-started the fundraiser by placing my own personal books for sale.

    If you have any questions about this Book Appeal, you can email us at where we would be happy to answer your queries.

    Many thanks in advance for taking part in this worthwhile project.


    Hey Mammamia,

    This is a great initiative.

    Maybe we can all bring any unwanted pregnancy books we have laying around to our next meet up in Bagel Bar on March 2nd?

    If you wanted to come along and collect them we can put them all together for you on the day, rather than posting in one or two at a time

    Its on Tuesday 2nd March Bagel bar, Laurence Town Centre Drogheda from 10am

    We also have an event that afternoon in Scotch Hall, if the afternoons suit you better?

    Let us know and we can start looking for books to bring along on the day.

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