My Mother's Voice
My mother calls me
Joanne Ryder's heartwarming text and Peter Catalanotto's glowing art celebrate the tender, everyday moments shared between a mother and daughter. In every welcome and whisper, laugh and farewell, the ever-changing tones of a mother's voice express a gift a daughter can treasure -- her mother's constant love.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - matthewbloome - LibraryThing
Every so often, Joanne Ryder will write a book that is so rich that you can't help but be impressed by her abilities. This is one of those book. It's poetic in structure and rich with simile and strong description throughout, and it's a very nice tribute to a strong mother-daughter bond. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - adge73 - LibraryThing
This is a mood piece rather than a story, which just isn't my taste. It's rather like a 32 page greeting card, which is nice enough, I suppose, but I don't think it does the subject or audience justice. Read full review