This is a beautiful children’s story of a mother’s love for her child. We visit a variety of animal mothers and read about how they show their love to their child. It was interesting to read about the differences between species!
The story is quite beautiful, but the illustrations are a standout in this one. They are beautifully created, and they really draw you into each page. My daughter loved looking at them, and I enjoyed them as well!
I think this is a great book for preschool through early elementary children. It’s a good bedtime story, but would be great in libraries as well!
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A mother’s love is like the air;
you may not see it, but it’s there.
A mother’s love is universal; and yet the way each species shows its love is unique.
In a cloud, I’ll build a nest.
For you, I want the very best.
My love is fierce and very bright.
It makes the world feel safe and right.
Mother’s Love is a lyrical celebration of the unconditional bond every mother has with her child. The book is written from the point of view of ten different animal moms, ranging from elephants to eagles and depicts the various sides of motherhood, including joy, resilience, and sacrifice.
Just the Facts:
Mother’s Love: Animal moms and their babies by Diana Aleksandrova
Page Count: 32 pages
Publisher: Dedoni Books
Pub Date: November 5, 2021
Born and raised in Bulgaria, Diana Aleksandrova moved across the ocean in pursuit of the American dream, only to realize that her dream was not limited to any one country, or even continent. Rather, it was within her all along.
Diana finds joy in creating stories that make kids of all ages laugh-out-loud, open up their minds and hearts, and let their imaginations run freely.
“Books are our tickets to adventure. They let us explore fascinating places, and join charming heroes, crooked villains, and magical creatures through unforgettable journeys. My job is to create the itinerary.”
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I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily.