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Wonderful Kids’ Books On Mum’s Unconditional Love

Reassurance about their mother’s unconditional love is a child’s most powerful form of encouragement.

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Many psychologists stress the importance of always keeping in touch about your love to your child. A mother’s love is extremely important to assert, for instance, after a child doing something wrong and being reprimanded for it.

Children rely on their mother’s love and acceptance during their formative years, and these books are another great way for them to learn how they are seen by their parents. Over time, a mother’s support through unconditional love becomes a driving force for confidence. No reason not to invest in some amazing books on mothers’ love then, eh?

#1 Mommy Cuddles by Hannah C. Hall

Mommy Cuddles by Hannah C. Hall
This adorable board book from award-winning, best-selling author Hannah C. Hall celebrates the special bond between mother and child, inviting little ones to cuddle in close as they remember sweet moments they share with their moms.

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#2 Can Mommy Go To Work? by Christine Michel Carter

Can Mommy Go To Work? by Christine Michel Carter
Can Mommy Go To Work? is an Amazon best-seller, ranked as an “empowering book” and a “life changing book to guide feminist parenting. Author Christine Michel Carter wrote the quick bedtime read to help other working moms have the conversation with their kids about why they work so hard.

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#3 Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
If you’re a parent, it’s hard to get through this book without your voice quivering a least a little bit. It’s a simple story of a mother’s enduring love for her son from birth through her old age, and the power of nurturing being passed down to the next generation. I’m a child therapist and I recommend this book to parents (even if their kids have aged out of reading as part of a bedtime routine) to help deepen the parent/child bond. I only recently learned about the deeper backstory. The author wrote much of the book as a way of grieving the loss of two stillborn children. The true life story has a happy ending as the author and his wife were able to take the risk to try again and had other biological children that survived.

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#4 My Mom Always Looks After Me So Much! by Sean Taylor

My Mom Always Looks After Me So Much! by Sean Taylor
Little Gorilla is going to the doctor for a shot. His mom says it’s because she has to look after him. But that’s the problem-his mom always looks after him so much. First, she makes him eat broccoli, then, whenever he sneezes, he has to put on an extra sweater. And now a shot! But it’s not all bad-the doctor gives Little Gorilla a stick-thing that smells of strawberries for being brave. He loves it-but then he leaves it on the bus on the way home! Little Gorilla is distraught-but his mom takes him back to the doctor for another stick thing. His mom really does look after him so much.

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#5 We Go To Bo by Larry Baum

We Go To Bo by Larry Baum
When I was teaching my children to read, I thought it would be easier for them to learn short words than long words, so I looked for books with only short words. But I had trouble finding them (I mean the books, not the words!). So I wrote a story with words no longer than two letters, hoping that it can help other children learn reading more easily. I tried to include characters, action, and humor, which was challenging with a vocabulary limited to 2-letter words! I wanted kids around the world to have it, so I hired an illustrator and self-published the paperback book

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#6 BO, GO UP! (The Bo Books) by Larry Baum

BO, GO UP! (The Bo Books) by Larry Baum
Later, teachers gave me suggestions on phonics and easy sounds for learning to read, and I incorporated those in a new two-letter word book and accompanied it with a book of three-letter words, and even a book of only one-letter “words.” The goal is to make it easier for children to read their very first book on their own, and gain confidence so that they can read more at a younger age.

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#7 The Big Big Sea by Martin Waddell

The Big Big Sea by Martin Waddell
A child and her mother walk in the moonlight beside the sea. This night will become a memory as luminous and enduring as the moon itself. The Big Big Sea portrays a bond between mother and child that makes even the dark sea safe and serene. Great for ages 2-7 (But teenage girls could benefit from this gentle reminder!)

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#8 I Love You Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt

I Love You Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt
There is no more quotable and adorable book about a mother’s love than I Love You Stinky Face.

When the little boy in the book questions his mother’s love, she assures him that her love transcends all possibilities. Whether he were a super smelly skunk, an alligator with big, sharp teeth, or an alien from Mars, this momma confirms that a parent’s love is unconditional love.

The sweet message and playful illustrations are a fun yet comforting reminder for little ones of a mother’s constant love.

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#9 The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman

The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman
Every child has a unique way of feeling loved. When you discover your child’s love language – and how to speak it – you can build a solid foundation for your child to trust you and flourish as he or she grows.

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#10 CELEBRITY PICTURE BOOK UNTI by TBD

CELEBRITY PICTURE BOOK UNTI by TBD
This is such a sweet story- Hoda Kotb wrote this children’s book after she adopted her daughter, Haylie Joy. My two girls love to read and listen to the words jump off the page. It’s a very touching book

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Contributors to this article
Cat Hoort from WorthyKids

Christine Michel Carter from ChristineCarter

Brent Sweitzer from Sweitzer Counseling

Frances Lincoln from The Quarto Group

Larry Baum from N/A

Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics

Leslie Kiel from Loans.org

Osama from Decrum

Karina Michel Feld from Tallulah Films

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