The Mommy Book

The Mommy Book Some mommies sing you songs Some mommies read you stories All mommies want you to be who you are With his trademark childlike art Todd Parr celebrates all different kinds of mothers Whether mommies w

  • Title: The Mommy Book
  • Author: Todd Parr
  • ISBN: 9780316608275
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some mommies sing you songs.Some mommies read you stories.All mommies want you to be who you are With his trademark childlike art, Todd Parr celebrates all different kinds of mothers Whether mommies work far away or at home, cook or order pizza, they are all lots of fun and filled with love.This is the perfect book for celebrating mommies on Mother s Day, and all year rouSome mommies sing you songs.Some mommies read you stories.All mommies want you to be who you are With his trademark childlike art, Todd Parr celebrates all different kinds of mothers Whether mommies work far away or at home, cook or order pizza, they are all lots of fun and filled with love.This is the perfect book for celebrating mommies on Mother s Day, and all year round.

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    126 thoughts on “The Mommy Book”

    1. I read The Daddy Book by Todd Parr a week or so ago. Today my kids were dying for me to read this to them.I love these books.And yes, all of you wondering if I, too got a friendly reminder from that I'm not going to get my badge for the 2011 challenge if I don't buck up by the end of the year Yes I got one Yes, it's probably cheap that I'm reviewing a baker's dozen children's books in December - but I DID READ THEM! SO BACK OFF!!!(My favorite part of this spot-on review is the end.)


    2. Yes, I do like the book. I like the way the author created the book to represent different mothers. Each mother in the book is different. The storyline of the book is how mommies have different duties but that doesn’t matter what they do they are still their mommies and they lobe their children. The author is teaching the readers and listeners that not all mommies look the same, work in the same places, and don’t do the same family activities. There can be mommies that work at home and there [...]


    3. The mommy book is a picture book for the primary reader ages 5-8 yrs old. This book discusses the diversity among mommies. It sends a powerful message that despite how different our moms may be they all have the same purpose which is to provide and take care of our children. The illistrations in this book a very coloful and bold. They show all the differnces moms have in the clothes, in the type of vehicle they drive, they type of job they have, even their own personal interest. It teaches that [...]


    4. This is a really cute book. Perfect for the family theme at my preschool. The kids enjoyed it. The overall message: mommies can be very different, but the things they have in common matter most; the depths of their love for their children.



    5. Super bright, happy, simple illustrations of mothers who do or like different things, with periodic reminders that all mothers love their children and love spending time with them. If only that were true



    6. The book is cute in a sense because it is colorfully illustrated and looks as if a child had drawn the pictures. I know this book was done with the best intentions, but I am unsure I want my son to have the impression that I am, or all mothers are one dimensional.I want him to see me, and all mothers as multifaceted. It just irks me because I read a mothers day questionnaire a teacher posed on her 2nd grade class room about mothers, as a special mothers day quirk. When the question was asked of [...]


    7. Once again, Todd Parr shows variations in typical social roles, all while keeping his Mommy Book kid friendly! In The Mommy Book, he shows a variety of moms who are different but has a common goal of taking care of their children. This promotes acceptance to children at a young age and helps them become more open to differences. In my opinion, his book is a stepping stone for those who will later learn acceptance in many other facets in life, as they get older and are confronted with different s [...]


    8. Overall, I enjoyed this book. The bright and colorful illustrations would be captivating to a young audience and hopefully keep them interested and entertained It would be appropriate for preschoolers or young kindergartners learning to read simple sight words because of the repetitive nature of the book. It would be cheerful but comforting to young children to read about the different kinds of mommies.


    9. This book is colorful, positive, and best of alll about mommies! The thing is, it's not just about mommies, it goes on to talk about how diverse mommies really are; tall vs short, big hair vs short hair, work in big buildings vs stay at home, etc. Children just love the repetitive text because it helps them predict what is coming next. This book is super supportive of mothers and I just adore it, and so will the little ones that love their mommies!


    10. Few authors can make a child feel as good about their circumstances as well as Todd Parr does. This book celebrates the diversity of "moms" represented in our society. My mum was older than my peers' mums and I wish I'd had this book when I was young. It's perfect for all ages. My students have 0, 1, 2, and sometimes 3 mums. It's okay, no matter how your family is configured! Todd's message and art are deep and bright.


    11. This is a board book that would be great for one-one one reading, small group reading or story time if you had a bigger version of it. It talks about all the things that mommies do - including a nice page "some mommies work at home" followed a page with " some mommies work in big buildings." Parr's pictures are fun and simple and really capture kids' attention. Since most kids are interested in their Mommies, this will promote print motivation as well as vocabulary.


    12. This is a very simple, fun, funny book about Moms. I love Todd Parr's child-like, colorful illustrations . . . I can totally relate to this style of artwork! This is a sweet easy / early reader. Kids learn about lots of things Moms do. My grandchildren had fun reading this story and looking for examples of their Moms. Another very cute book. Thanks, Todd Parr!


    13. A wonderful book describing all of the different kinds of mommies in the world. All mommies are different (some are short, some are tall, some have long hair, some have glasses, etc.) but they have one thing in common: they love their children. Todd Parr's illustration and text is perfect for preschool aged children and introducing them to differences and acceptance.


    14. I love the bright color pictures and how it explains that there are all different kinds of mothers out there, but that's just fine, they all love you, and want you to be who you are. There's a Daddy book too.


    15. A great book celebrating the diverse range of mommies out in the world - purple ones, green ones, blue ones.Oh wait.I mean tall mommies, mommies who drive motorcycles, mommies who don't cook. but the common thread is that mommies love their kids, no matter what. An excellent lesson.


    16. Todd Parr has got the greatest illustrations. They are super simple, but colorful and fun. This book is all about mommies. The book describes different types of mommies, but expresses that they are all alike becasue they love to hug and kiss you.


    17. This book lets students know that although mommies can be different, they all have one thing in common. They all love you!




    18. This was the first book I read that introduced me to the author Todd Parr. I read it to a large group toddler 2 class close to mother's day. This book is a great source to teach about diversity.







    19. A fun read and follow up conversation with my 3 year olds about me -- their mommy and what I like to do!



    20. Celebrate mother diversity with this great and funny book. Big, colorful pictures are simple, bold, and totally effective.


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