Books for Kids

Are You My Mother?

A baby bird  goes in search of his mother in this hilarious board book edited by Dr.  Seuss. When a mother bird’s egg starts to jump, she hurries off to make  sure she has something for her little one to eat. But as soon as she’s  gone, out pops the baby bird.
The timeless message of the bond  between mother and child!

The Mommy Book

by Todd Parr

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.For the first time in board book format, this is the perfect book for celebrating mommies all year round.

The Night Before Mother's Day

by Natasha Wing and Amy Wummer

It's  the night before Mother's Day, and Dad and the kids are determined to  show Mom just how much they love her. They whip up a cake from scratch,  and offer a special coupon for a day at the spa, right in their own  kitchen! Kids and moms will love reading this sweet story aloud together  for a fun way to celebrate Mother's Day.

How to Babysit a Grandma

by Jean Wilder and Lee Wildish

A New York Times bestselling HOW TO... picture book that celebrates the connection between grandmas and grandchildren and makes for perfect Mother's Day reading and gifting!
When you babysit a grandma, if you're lucky . . . it's a sleepover at her house! And with the useful tips found in this book, you're guaranteed to become an expert grandma-sitter in no time. (Be sure to check out the sections on: How to keep a grandma busy; Things to do at the park; Possible places to sleep, and what to do once you're both snugly tucked in for the night.)

A Chair for My Mother

by Vera B. Williams

After their home is destroyed by a fire, Rosa, her mother, and grandmother save their coins to buy a really comfortable chair for all to enjoy.  This classic and award-winning picture book was written and illustrated by the celebrated Vera B. Williams and was named a Caldecott Honor Book by the American Library Association.