The sweetest bunny book
“If You Were My Bunny” by Kate McMullan is a super sweet eadr you can also sing along with—to your own little bunny.
A book to tear up by
Someday by Alison McGhee has beautiful sentiments but warning: you’ll have all the feels.
On the never-ending reach and power of a mother’s love
“Did I Tell You I Love You Today?” by Deloris Jordan. I probably did, but I’d love to tell you again, little one.
For confused little birds
“Are You My Mother?” by P.D. Eastman: Busy mamas everywhere will appreciate this nod to hardworking mothers.
Another classic from the author of “Goodnight, Moon”
“The Runaway Bunny” by Margaret Wise Brown seems to have been written especially for mamas of mischievous little ones. (Or, all little ones ?)
There she is!
“Where is Baby’s Mommy?” by Karen Katz is a simple interactive read for little ones who will gaze at the lift-the-flap.
For wild-haired mamas
“The Mommy Book” by Todd Parr—for the dynamic, busy mamas of the planet—who happen to have out-of-this-world hair.