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Friday, April 24, 2009

Mommy Do You Love Me? (Picture Book)

Released March 2008

Reviewed by Deb Fowler

The little playful chick wanted to know if his mother loved him. “Mommy, do you love me? Of course she loved him more that anything and kiss, kiss . . . she showed him. The little chick got into all kinds of mischief in order to test his mother’s love. She loved him when he made faces. She loved him when he jumped in muddy puddles. She even loved him when he lost a race to the ducklings. He could be so silly at times!

Then one day when he was shouting up a storm that tried his Mommy’s patience and she yelled at him. LOUD! He was all upset because she never did anything like that before. Maybe that was it and she really didn’t love him anymore. He was so upset he almost cried, but then something she said made him feel better. “Little Chick,” she said, “sometimes you make me mad, and sometimes you make me sad, but not matter what you say or do, I will always love you.” Mommies always love their little children no matter what, don’t they?

This is a lovely tale of the enduring love a mother has for her child despite any and all circumstances. This is a charming tale that will be read time and time in again to all kinds of children, good and bad, just to let them know that their Mommy loves them, even if they can be little imps and mischief makers at times!

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