Me and My Mom by Alison Ritchie

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My mom is so special in every way. I want to be just like my mommy one day. For the creators of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Me and My Dad! comes a companion book that celebrates the very special relationship between a mother and child. Little Bear’s mom is so smart she can do just about anything! She can roar and swim like a fish and she’s never afraid of the dark. But the thing that she does best of all is hold her bear cub tight. Stunning illustrations capture the love that these two bears feel for each other. The perfect gift for Mother’s Day, this is sure to be a favorite for both mother and child.


About Alison Ritchie

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Alison Ritchie is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Me and My Dad! and Me and My Mom! She is also the author of What Bear Likes Best!, all of which are published by Good Books. Alison shares her home with her two children and dog.
Published January 1, 2009 by Scholastic, Inc.. 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A predictable doggerel (“We make strings of flowers / and Mom is so clever / That her daisy chain / seems to go on forever”) keeps readers in an oral full nelson while Edgson’s equally predictable soft-edged full-bleed illustrations show the teddy-bear–like sow and cub plaiting flowers, sliding o...

Mar 15 2009 | Read Full Review of Me and My Mom

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The prose is simple—“My mom's not afraid/ of the dark or the night./ And I'm brave like her/ when she's holding me tight!”—and the illustrations are fuzzy-soft (mom and baby look more like stuffed animals than actual bears).

Mar 30 2009 | Read Full Review of Me and My Mom

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