Evangelizing through the Catholic Arts

Mommy, Mommy, When You Pray – Book Review

Mommy, Mommy, When You PrayMommy, Mommy, When You Pray, is a delightful children’s book for ages 3-5, written and illustrated by Kimberly Cook. In this little gem of a book, children learn about the virtue of gratitude. Mommy is thankful to God for all He blesses her with, and she shares those thoughts with her children. The illustrations are colorful and engaging; surely to capture your child’s attention and interest.

This little story will open up dialogue between you and your child; for the two of you share what you are thankful for, and why. Kimberly Cook has a knack for capturing the everyday occurrences of life and highlighting them as special – worthy of thanks! Cook has a lot of love packed into 24 pages. As you traverse through each page/scene, you will quickly see what I mean; “from whispers and tickles and horseback races” to “squeals and shrieks of laughter.” Perhaps this story will give you some ideas, unique to your relationship with your child, that will make you want to create your own list of reasons to give thanks. This book will get you both started on what I promise will be a long list of things for which you are grateful.

Get Your Copy of Mommy, Mommy, When You Pray

I highly recommend getting a copy of Mommy. Mommy, When You Pray and begin making that list of thanks. This book would make for a wonderful Thanksgiving present for a child that you love. Get your copy, by clicking here.

I’m thankful to Kimberly Cook for sharing this book with me, so that I can share it with you! If you are looking for a way to teach your child about virtue, then children’s books on the topic of virtue are a great place to start!

This post was shared with My Scribbler’s Heart Blog and CatholicMom.com.

If you would like to purchase an autographed copy of my book, Adventures of Faith, Hope and Charity: Finding Patience, then click here.

One Response to Mommy, Mommy, When You Pray – Book Review

Leave a Reply