My Mom Loves Me More than Sushi by Filomenu Gomes

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In this delightful, utterly delicious picturebook, a little girl joins her mom to learn about—and eat—fabulous foods from around the world. Sushi, biscotti, houska, canja, couscous, megadarra, smogastarta, crepes, jambalaya and samosas all star in full color alongside a hilarious Siamese and a beagle who join in the family's culinary adventure. There's even a dancing crayfish or two.

About Filomenu Gomes

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Though this is the third book that Ashley Spires has illustrated, it is the first one to make her hungry while she drew it. She lives in Richmond, British Columbia, with her cats Gracie and Charlotte, and her favourite foods are strawberries, nectarines and chocolate.
Published September 1, 2006 by Second Story Press. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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A girl and her mother feast on food from around the world, but no matter how much they love their meals, the girl knows that Mom loves her best.

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