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About the Book:
From cats and dogs and birds and squirrels and goats and turtles to llamas, sheep, cows, chickens, bears and elephants, hippos, rhinos, even giraffes, frogs and fish– all have mothers. Whimsical illustrations of animals, insects, reptiles, as well as people bring home the message that everyone has a mother. The idea is amusingly stated in rhyme to delight any small child and honor any mother who reads the story to her little one. Over 30 happy and colorful illustrations dance across the pages.
From the Author:
I write children’s books to help brighten the lives of children and add a little dollop of wisdom in the process. Children need good habits, handy skills, and a good sense of humor to keep them moving forward in a happy, healthy, and productive manner. As a King Features syndicated author, I have been creating positive and inspirational messages, called Happy Musings” for newspapers in the U.S. and Canada for many years. This has led to my writing and illustrating a great number of uplifting books for both adults and children. Along with my writing and illustrating, I have created collections of wallpaper for children baby bibs, t-shirts and a vast number of prints and original art for children’s rooms.
Targeted Age Group: 2-8
Baby birds in a nest have a mother.
Baby ducklings on a pond have a mother.
Baby squirrels in a field have a mother.
Baby goats in a pen have a mother.
Baby turtles in a yard have a mother.
Baby llamas in a corral have a mother.
Wherever you look there are mothers. There are mother cats for kittens…
…And mother dogs for puppies…
…Mother sheep for lambs…
…Mother hens for chicks…
When it comes to people, there are all kinds of mothers.
There are birthmothers, stepmothers, adoptive mothers, and foster mothers…
…And mothers of mothers called grandmothers…
and mothers of grandmothers called great grandmothers, But they are all mothers.
Of all the different creatures with all of their different features, it is the mothers who do the most to raise their young. Sometimes it’s work. Sometimes it’s fun.
They teach their little ones how to feed themselves…
…How to clean themselves…
…How to protect themselves…
…And how to be with others.
In all of this that a mother does, she does it wrapped with love.
And all she asks in return is that her youngsters listen and learn.
And what is the one thing for her that her children can do? They can say, “Thank you, Mother, I love you!”
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