Mommy Loves Me
Alexis Barad & Samuel J. Butcher
Golden Books, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by J. A. Kaszuba Locke
lexis Barad begins her book for wee ones, '
My mommy really loves me, and this I know is true. Every day she thinks of things the both of us can do.
' Each page is graced with mellow pastel-color traditional figures from the Precious® Moments collection, with tear-shaped deep eyes looking at the reader, as illustrated by Samuel Butcher.
line per page shows Mommy's love when a child makes a few mistakes - oops! dropped the bag of sugar while helping with the baking - and all the ways Mommy knows how to make a day
. Mommy comforts her little one when she tenderly kisses a bandaged bruised-knee, and she's there when the night-time is just a little
for both child and puppy.
Mommy Loves Me ... And every day I tell her, I Love You
'. This is a perfect book for little hands to hold while Mommy holds the child during a reading session.
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