My Mother Is Mine

My Mother Is Mine

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Baker & Taylor
As a child makes a Mother's Day card, various animal mothers are shown taking care of their young. On board pages.

Baker
& Taylor

While a baby bear shows his pride in his mother's bravery, a tiger cub shares his feelings about his mother's strength, in a colorful board book about a child's special love for its mother.
As a child makes a Mother's Day card, various animal mothers are shown taking care of their young.

Simon and Schuster
Marion Dane Bauer's bestselling My Mother Is Mine is now available as a Classic Board Book!

In simple verse, baby animals praise the attributes of their mothers and one little girl does the same. A baby robin loves how her mother feeds her worms, a baby kangaroo loves how tightly his mother holds him, and a baby giraffe loves how tall her mother is. Of all the special reasons why a mother is so special, baby loves her mother because her mother belongs only to her.

Perfect for sharing at Mother’s Day or any time of the year. This book resonates with the warmth and love between a mother and child.

Publisher: New York : Little Simon, 2009
Edition: First Little Simon board book edition
Copyright Date: ©2001
ISBN: 9781416960904
1416960902
Branch Call Number: E BOARDBOOK
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 16 cm
Additional Contributors: Elwell, Peter - Illustrator
Notes: On board pages

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