Thursday, May 31, 2012

I Remember Mommy's Smile by Dina Wolfman Baker

The author writes her experience from a child's perspective.  Very nicely written.  A story about a child's mommy that has cancer.  This book would be a helpful tool for a child that has a mom with cancer and the family is going through a lot at the time.  The story relates that though they are going through a difficult time they aren't alone in their sadness and lose and everything will be ok in the end.   A book of encouragement and hope.  A Story of love.  The illustrations are done in construction paper cut-out form of art; very unique. 

About the book:
I Remember Mommy's Smile by Dina Wolfman Baker
ISBN: 978-0615447520
Publisher: Baker's Dozen Press
Date of publish: April 2011
Pages: 45
S.R.P.: $11.95

Dina Baker lost her mother to cancer after a long illness. She wrote this book with the hope of helping other children who are coping with similar situations. In addition to authoring books and essays and running Baker's Dozen Press, Baker is an accomplished public speaker who has been engaged to address numerous audiences regarding I Remember Mommy's Smile-PhD psych candidates studying school psychology, children in child bereavement camp and with general audiences. She also has a nearly 30-year career in marketing and communications. She and her husband, Brad, are empty-nesters living in the suburbs of Philadelphia. For more information go to

A copy of this book was provided by the author and Bostick Communications for the purpose of this review.


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