The first impression when I finished this heartfelt short book was that everyone should have it on their shelves. Every mother, every child who has a mother, everyone.
Lexa has made a wonderful book that not only expresses what most children feel for a parent, but also provides pages for you to do the same with her words as an example. This is one of those books that you can approach at any age, and it will have relevance for the reader.
There is an underlying theme of love and acceptance, yet that is not the main thrust of this book. It is a thank you from almost any child to their mother for just being alive. Lexa just found the words to say it.
Thank you Lexa, for letting me read this. I laughed, I teared up, and I thoroughly enjoyed. (besides, I found Mom’s mother’s day gift. Always hard to do for her.)
You can find out more about this book by clicking on the image, or heading over to her web site here.