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Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Theme: Unconditional Love Between Parents and Children Print

Even If I Did Something Awful by Barbara Shook Hazen

After a little girl breaks her mother's vase, she asks a series of questions in which her mother responds that she will always love her child, no matter what naughty things the child does.

Harriet, You’ll Drive Me Wild! by Mem Fox

When a young girl has a series of mishaps at home one Saturday, her mother tries not to lose her temper—and does not quite succeed.

If You Were My Bunny by Kate McMullan

A mother tells her baby how she would care for it if it were a bunny, a kitten, or other animal infant; she then sings a lullaby about each baby animal. (Board Book)

I'll Always Love You by Paeony Lewis

A little bear is worried that his mother may not love him after he breaks the honey bowl. Mother assures him that she will love him even if he spills new paints on the baby, burst a pillow in a pillow fight, forgets to close the fridge...

I Love You, Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt

A mother and child discuss how the mother’s love would remain constant even if her child were a stinky skunk, scary ape, or bug-eating green alien.

Just in Case You Ever Wonder by Max Lucado

A parent tells a child how special she is, both to the parent and to God. (Board Book)

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

A mother’s love for her child is viewed at various points throughout their lives together.

Mama, Do You Love Me? by Barbara M. Joosse

An Inuit child learns that her mother will love her no matter what…even if she puts lemmings in Mom’s mukluks!

Mommies Are for Counting Stars by Harriet Ziefert

This "lift the flap" book offers a glimpse into all mommies do for their children: kiss boo-boos, give baths, wait for you to come home, take care of you....

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

No matter how far the baby bunny runs away, he is reassured that his mommy will always find him.

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