Children’s Books: EVERYONE HAS A MOTHER: (Fun, Adorable, Rhyming Bedtime Story/Picture Book, for Beginner Readers, Honoring Mothers of all Kinds, Including Animals, Ages 2-8)

From cats and dogs and birds and squirrels and goats and turtles to llamas, sheep, cows, chickens, bears and elephants, hippos, rhinos, even giraffes, frogs and fish– all have mothers. Whimsical illustrations of animals, insects, reptiles, as well as people, bring home the message that everyone has a mother. The idea is amusingly stated in rhyme to delight any small child and honor any mother. Over 30 happy and colorful illustrations dance across the pages.


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Barbara Mojica on June 18, 2017 at 5:05 PM.

A MOTHER IS….. Great book for preschoolers. Huss explains how all living creatures have a mother. Using simple illustrations, children learn about different animals and where each mother raises her young. Children are taught how they look different physically: some are big, others are little, some have tails, others do not, some have spots and others have whiskers. Then Huss goes on to name the different kinds of mothers like birth mothers, adoptive mothers, stepmothers, foster mothers and grandmothers. She…

Paperpusher on June 18, 2017 at 5:06 PM.

Great for young children Do you have a mother? A silly question is it?The author, Sally Huss, has written a fun story about mothers. Everyone has a mother, and there are all kinds of mothers. A zebra has a mother, a hippopotamus has a mother, a snake and On and on. And, then, humans have mothers, and step mothers and grandmothers and adoptive mothers. When you read this book you will discover just how many mothers there are.Adults will enjoy reading this book to their children. Children will…