Who loves the Little Lamb is the sweetest book written in rhyming words. This book tells of a mothers love for her young one even when they have fussy, messy, naughty and the list goes on. Only a mother can still love her child under these conditions. Unconditional love is the them of the whole book. You may take a sneak peek of the book here. The pictures are beautifully done as well.
Who loves the bumbling boar?
"That's all right, there's plenty more." Mama loves her little boar.
A fussy lamb is crying, but her mama dries her tears. A noisy bird is chirping, so his mama gently sweetens his song. A sleepy kangaroo is fading, and her mama carries her in her safe, cozy pouch.
Even when kids are not at their best-no matter what, no matter when-mothers love their little ones. Lezlie Evans sooting text delivers this timeless message with grace, and David McPhail's charming watercolors of baby animals and their mamas strike the perfect tone: safe, sweet, and gently playful. This special book is just right for every child craving reassurance, and for every parent searching for words to express unconditional love.
Lezlie Evans (www.lezlieeevans.com) is the author of The Bunnies' Trip, The Bunnies' Picnic, and Can You Greet the Whole Wide World?: 12 Common Phrases in 12 Different Languages, among other books for children. Her six children are the inspiration for many of her stories. Lezlie lives with her family in Virginia.
"Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this respect, it irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become." -C.S. Lewis