If Your Mom Was.....: What Will You Do?

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Author House, Oct 31, 2012 - Humor - 28 pages
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Fatima and her daughter Deema always like to play together by having open conversations that start with unrealistic questions and end up with spontaneous answers and drawings. Fatima, as a mom for a 5 years old daughter, was amazed by her daughter's unusual answers and her special drawings. Now, Mom believes that all children can be very creative when their parents spend enough valuable time with them and encourage them to use their own imagination. That's why Mom and Daughter decided to share their experience hoping that you and your child can enjoy the same hours of fun.

Mom and dad! Try with your kid to answer these innocent questions included in this book (it’s fun!). Guess what will happen? You will have a big smile on your face when you find out how creative your kid's answers are compared to yours...you will be very proud of your kid!!

Don't forget to save this book as a souvenir for your kid's work reflecting his age of his life.


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About the author (2012)

Fatima Khalifé, an American Lebanese writer, has two Bachelor degrees in "Nursing Sciences" and "Clinical Psychology". She worked for 5 years as a “Scrub Nurse” at the European Heart Center in Lebanon, and 2 years as a "Nurse Clinical Instructor" at the Lebanese University. She published a novel, in Arabic, titled “Idea, Rope and Scissors” criticizing extremism and violence and calling for peaceful coexistence. She is a mother of two kids (12 and 8 years old) and believes in spending valuable time with your youngsters to help develop their personality and build their self-confidence. Deema is an 8 years old girl, born in Michigan. She worked on this book when she was 5 years old and she attracted her teachers' attention by her ability to easily express herself by writing and drawing at an early age. Deema loves spending most of her time with her parents and her big brother Ali who is a big fan and contributor to this book. Deema's best time is when she sits in her grandpa's atelier, a calligrapher and artist, and plays with his brushes and pens.

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