Mommy poems

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Wordsong/Boyds Mills Press, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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There is nothing quite as magical as a mother's love, and this collection of Mommy Poems truly captures the warm and wonderful bonds between mothers and children. John Micklos, Jr., an educational journalist and poet with two young children of his own, has gathered a collection of poems by such noted poets as Lee Bennett Hopkins, Arnold Adoff, Nikki Giovanni, and other contributors. Mothers (and others!) will want to share this collection with children again and again.

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User Review  - kfisher524 - LibraryThing

As we all know a mother and a child share a special bond. This book of poems shows the love between a mother and her child. As a mother, reading these poems just give you the butterfly feeling in your ... Read full review

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User Review  - csloan - LibraryThing

This book is poems about mothers. The poems in this collection talk about the love amother has for her child and love the child has for their mother. These poems are very sweet and fairly short. The illustrations are done very well. Read full review

Contents

My NameLee Bennett Hopkins
5
Mother May I?Janet S Wong
13
Ode to Family PhotographsGary Soto
20
Sunday Drive with Mom
26
Acknowledgments
32
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