A Day with Mom

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 3, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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It's the day of the Spring Festival, and Holly is helping her Aunt Jessie carry some treats into the car. But Holly loses her balance and drops Aunt Jessie's delicious cookies! Holly's mother, Joan, volunteers to quickly bake some more, and Holly decides to stay and help her mom. Holly is surprised to learn that her mom loves to bake -- just like her! Holly also finds out that her mom and her grandmother used to bake special flower-shaped sugar cookies together. With a twinkle in her eye, Holly digs through Aunt Jessie's cabinet and finds a flower-shaped cookie cutter!

This sweet, delightful story will warm hearts and reinforce the bond between a mother and a daughter -- in true Holly fashion. This storybook comes with two plastic, flower-shaped cookie cutters that children and their parents can use to make their own cookies! Also included is the special sugar cookie recipe at the end of the book that Holly and her mom used. Delicious!


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Sonali Fry is a children's book editor who lives in New York City.

Lisa Workman lives in Wyoming, Michigan.

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