Young children describe the various things their hands and their mothers' hands do when they are together throughout the different seasons of the year.
Two brothers begin to wonder if it is their mother's unusual cooking that is attracting the aliens that keep showing up at their house.
A child describes the many wonderful things about "my mom," who can make anything grow, roar like a lion, and be as comfy as an armchair.
With the help of his grandmother, his dead father's best friend, and his own best friend, a math genius, ten-year-old Mickey prepares to compete in the most important pool championship of his life, despite his mother's reservations.
Photographs of mothers around the world depict a positive look at the relationship between mothers and children.
A girl looks at old photographs with her mother, trying to figure out what her mother feels most grateful for in her life.
Illustrates how mommy was once small and dependent until she grew bigger and eventually became an adult.
From porcupine moms to alligator dads, Munsinger’s expressive illustrations show that loving families have little to do with how we look and lots to do with how we care for one another.
Stanley has trouble deciding what to give his mother for Mother's Day.
Each of Queen Celeste's children finds a way to give a special gift for Mother's Day.
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