Momma Don’t You Worry: A Children’s Book That Teaches A Valuable Lesson #Review

*Disclosure: I received a free abbreviated version of the ebook in PDF format for my honest review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are 100% mine.

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I love when people ask me to write a review for a product, and this illustrated ebook is no exception. When Louie Lawent wrote me to ask if I wanted to write a review for his book, I said “yes” immediately. Not only this story is a great lesson for children, but it is also very well written and beautifully illustrated.

The story

Titled Momma Don’t Worry, the story is about an almost 6-year-old boy who thinks that he is too old to hold his mommy’s hand when they are in public. He wants to be independent and thinks that his mommy is worrying for nothing. While his mom is busy buying shoes, the little boy sneaks away to go look at some trains and gets lost on his way back. What happens next? You’ll have to buy the book to discover the rest.

The message

Told by the little boy’s point of view, this lovely rhyming story tells a very positive message to young and even older children. It teaches them that even though they think that are old enough to wander away on their own, it’s probably best to listen to what their mothers have to say because they love them very much and only want to protect them.

This is a great story to read to children because it allows parents to teach a valuable lesson while spending time with them. Another awesome point is that it shows children what to do if they should get lost. Furthermore, this 12-page ebook is also beautifully illustrated.

The author

Louie Lawent has written other children’s books. He also wrote Gerty The Pig which is in numerous schools all across the United States. This book is part of the National Accelerated Readers Programs. Click on his name to know more about this American author or visit his Facebook page.

Where to buy it

Published on January 27, 2015, by LadyBee Publishing, a fairly new Canadian publishing house, the children’s ebook is available on Amazon.com for $1.29 USD and Amazon.ca for $1.60 CAD.

*Disclosure: I received a free abbreviated version of the ebook in PDF format for my honest review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are 100% mine.

In conclusion

To sum it up, Momma Don’t You Worry is a great way to teach children that mom knows best, that it’s important to stay close to their parents whenever in public and also what to do if they should get lost. Moreover, this story can be an awesome and interesting help not only for parents but also teachers or even daycare providers.

This book received a 4.9 out of 5 stars on Amazon, so I think that this speaks for itself. It is very well written in a poetic style that is easy to understand for young children, and older children won’t have trouble reading it alone. Plus, as you have seen above, the illustrations are really beautiful. It is for children age 1 to 8. My opinion is that Momma Don’t You Worry is a great story that I am sure children of all ages will love.

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2 thoughts on “Momma Don’t You Worry: A Children’s Book That Teaches A Valuable Lesson #Review

  1. Hey there Nataly,

    I like the sound of this ebook. My grandson is only three but I don’t think it’s ever too early to start reading to him. I’m going to check it out.

    I do like the illustration you showed. 🙂

    Hope you’re having a great day gf!

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    1. Hi Cori!

      Yes, this book is really well made and the illustrations are beautiful.. The pic I put with the post is one that the author sent me.

      You’re right, it’s never too early to start reading to children. Plus, the price is very reasonable!

      Hope you had a great day, gf! 🙂

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