Blue willow book shop’s best reads for kids for Mother’s Day.
Can you see My Mommy? by Becky Davies (Random House Children’s Books) -Children can turn the peek-through pages to help the little critters find their mommies — a
perfect bedtime read-along!
I Love You Like Yellow by Andrea Beaty illustrated by Vashti Harrison (Abrams Books for Young
Readers)- Love comes in many forms and is there through the large and small moments, the good times and bad. At the end of the day, love settles in bed with a hug and kiss goodnight.
Help Mom Work From Home by Diana Murray (LIttle Brown Books for Young Readers)-Mom works from home, and her little one helps keeping her organized, leading meetings, and making calls. But when Mom starts looking frazzled, will her helper know what to do?
Mama: A World Of Mothers & Motherhood by Helene Delforge (Floris Books)-A stunning collection of intimate reflections on motherhood with striking illustrations, this is a thought-provoking depiction of satisfaction, sadness, frustration, and the fun of motherhood.
Yasmin The Writer by Saadia Faruqi (Picture Window Books)-Yasmin struggles with Ms. Alex’s assignment to write an essay about her hero until she realizes
that her hero is someone very close to her.
By The Book by Jasmine Guillory -Isabelle, an editorial assistant, is in California helping Beau write his celebrity memoir. Enjoy the
sly references to Beauty and the Beast while reveling in Guillory’s wonderful storytelling. For the young at heart!
I Was Told It Would Get Easier by Abbi Waxman – On a week long bus trip to visit exclusive colleges, mother and daughter Jessica and Emily find
their relationship challenged in this loving and funny novel.
A Season With Mom: Love, Loss & The Ultimate Baseball Adventure by Katie Russell Newlin (Harper Horizon)-Cancer survivor and baseball enthusiast, the author embarks on a visit to all thirty Major League Baseball parks, sharing memories and reflections of her baseball-loving mother along the way.