Books That Celebrate Mom
Here is the story of a little raccoon who confronts the first day of school and needs reassurance. Mother Raccoon finds an unforgettable way of communicating the message that everyone most needs to hear.
In this amazing book, the legendary Maurice Sendak re-invents himself yet again with his first ever pop-up book! A little boy is looking for his mommy. In each incredible page-spread he encounters a variety of familiar monsters. Is the boy scared? Of course not! Does he find his mommy at the end? Of course!
A little bunny keeps running away from his mother in an imaginative and imaginary game of verbal hide-and-seek; children will be profoundly comforted by this lovingly steadfast mother who finds her child every time.
This book reassures little ones of Mother's unconditional love.
Like all young children, Sammy wants confirmation of his mother's love. And when she assures him she will love him always, Sammy asks, "How long is always?"
In this elegant expression of wisdom and love, mothers around the world share life's simplest yet important lessons with their sons. With paintings by the Dillons, these moments of sharing are profound, engrossing, and a tender display of hope and trust, strength and support.
What every mother (and parent) wishes for her child is a chance to live life at its fullest. McGhee and Reynolds have taken this idea and turned it into a poignant yet simple and pure picture book that will touch readers of all ages.
What could be sweeter than adorable baby animals snuggling with their mommies? This simple board book with warm illustrations feature a variety of animals and celebrate the affection between mothers and children. Cuddles and kisses will surely abound when reading this aloud!
This sweet rhyme follows Mama and Baby elephant as they take a walk together through the savannah. Every moment of Mama and Baby's day is filled with fun and caring as shown in playful and soothing illustrations. Perfect for Mother's Day. Full color.
When Little Roo wakes up, he just feels grumpy. His mother tries everything she can to make him feel better, but nothing she does makes any difference. So how will a deep, wide, and muddy-at-the-bottom hole make Little Roo smile?
"I only have two arms!" Every mother has said it sometime, and every kid has heard it. But a young boy wonders: what would happen if Mom really had "more . . . many more?" Children looking at this inventive and amusingly illustrated picture book will happily join in the fantasy.
A young boy and his working mother share an evening in the park: chasing kite tails, feeding ducks, and climbing the jungle gym.
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It's the night before Mother's Day, and Dad and the kids are determined to show Mom just how much they love her. They whip up a cake from scratch and offer a special coupon for a day at the spa, right in their own kitchen!
Mother's Day is coming, and Emily Elizabeth is gathering together some surprises for her mom: candy, flowers, and a card she'll make herself. Uh-oh! Clifford accidentally knocks over the ink and tracks pawprints over the card and Emily's sweater!
It's Mother's Day, and two children are preparing a breakfast feast for their unsuspecting mother, to be served in bed, of course. Nothing comes out quite as intended, so it's Mother to the rescue in this extraordinary rebus book.
Praise for We're Making Breakfast for Mother
Like many children, this little tyrannosaurus wants to show his mother just how much he cares on her special day. He doesn't want to just give her something he's bought at a store — but something that she'll always treasure. What could that be? He gives her the best dinosaur hug ever!