mom For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 15 books about mom for kids.Hope you will like these books.
This was a big hit at story time. I was worried it would be too long, but the rhymes kept the littler ones engaged, and the older ones liked the story. Several of the adults laughed out loud multiple times!
D'aww, such a cute little book! written in verse, to show young kids a different kind of healthy loving family dynamic than what they might be used to / expect from society.
A bilingual (English/Spanish) board book that introduces a number of different animals (raccoons, owls, sea lions, gray whales, koala bears, and deer) with brief phrases about how their mothers care for them. The illustrations are lackluster, but realistic. An Imaginatio......[Read More]
Books about mother-child relationships are common, but Eric Carle's books are always uncommonly enjoyable.The small size, bright colors, and simple text will invite little hands to read and read and read, and find more ways to love their moms!
This is my favorite book for my mommy to read to me! I love my mommy so much!
A one-of-a-kind journal for the mother & daughter who crave a rule-free, creative way to connect with each other. This engaging prompt journal is the perfect tool to build mother-daughter relationships. Kids can record memories, swap stories, compare perspectives, and explore common and unique inter......[Read More]
“Every mon’s a Superhero and so is every GIRL.”What a lovely book! My daughter and I ended up feeling like real Superheros!
Obviously I agree with the book's sentiment; I AM magical! (And am a unicorn.)
HOW TO RAISE A MOM by Jean Regan is an oversized hardcover picture book illustrated by Lee Wildish. Regan and Wildish are the creators of the New York Times bestseller HOW TO BABYSIT A GRANDPA. In a reversal of roles, Regan takes us through a typical day with children. Instead of Mom waking the kids......[Read More]
Matter of fact, yet age-appropriate, this book addresses a very specific need - how a baby is made in a donor situation. But it is accessible and is a good book to read to any kid as a way of understanding that there are all sorts of ways to make a family. The art is spectacular. Warm and expressive......[Read More]
Is it weird that I'm jealous of the effortless cool of all these easy breezy hipster mamas? Reading this (and the companion My Two Dads and Me ) fosters something akin to the twinges of covetousness I feel when browsing celeb insta accounts or watching Glossier videos. That said, it's very cute and......[Read More]
Mom takes Little Critter to the Big city. Little is just a whirlwind of mess in the big place. He loses the tickets on the train and they get kicked out of a nice restaurant. Mom is trying her best to make it a good experience, but it’s tough as disaster falls on them from everywhere. Still, by the ......[Read More]
Another great book by Rebecca! This cute kids book puts a light-hearted and funny spin on even the toughest days of being a mom![Read More]
Now you can color side by side with your child, beautifully and easily!Moms have been coloring with their kids since the dawn of crayons, but never before has a coloring book been made specifically for this purpose. In the stunningly beautiful and innovative Color with Me, Mom!, you can easily color......[Read More]