Every day is Mother’s day, isn’t it?
Don’t wait for the next one to celebrate with your kids. These sweet, moral-based stories are sure to melt your heart and light up your little one with a bright smile.
Kid’s Story Book 1: A Kissing Hand for Chester Raccoon:
Written by: Audrey Penn, Illustrated by Barbara L. Gibson
A heartwarming tale of a Mumma and baby raccoon.
Chester Raccoon does not want to leave his mother and go to school. Mother Raccoon uses an unforgettable method of reassuring Chester through a family secret called “the kissing hand.” The story reiterates how much the love of a mother means to a child, and in times of need, their mother will always be there to protect and comfort them.
Kid’s Story Book 2: A Gift For Mama
Written by: Linda Ravin Lodding, Illustrated by Alison Jay
Little Oskar is on a mission to find the perfect gift for his mother. As he walks around the busy streets of Vienna, he exchanges one item for another. And eventually, he discovers a gift that is even more valuable than all material items. This magical story emphasizes that the best gifts in the world cannot be bought but are those that come straight from the heart.
Kid’s Story Book 3: Someday
Written by Alison McGhee, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
Someday is a warm story about a mother who dreams about her daughter’s future - Right from growing up to traveling on her own to having her children. This story beautifully expresses all the emotions a mother goes through when she thinks about her child’s potential in life and the endless possibilities—a must-read for every mother who wants her child to live life to its fullest.
Kid’s Story Book 4: My Mummy is Magic
Written by Dawn Richards, Illustrated by Jane Massey
This book is a cleverly written, fun, rhyming read with beautiful, detailed illustrations that explore all the magical things a mum can do. The book reemphasizes that every mother is special, and they can turn the simplest situation into a magical, endearing one.
Kid’s Story Book 5: I Love My Mommy
Written by Giles Andreas, Illustrated by Emma Dodd
With bright and colorful pictures, this adorable book is filled with child-like verses. This book is cute and enjoyed, especially by toddlers due to its funny illustrations and rhyming lines. Toddlers will be able to relate to the events in the story or even point out things they do with their mommy.
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