9 Books To Celebrate Your Mother On Mother’s Day

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Your mother birthed you into this world, the very least you can do is buy her a decent book for Mothers day!

#1 I Became Your Mama by Mollie Huyck

Mollie Huyck’s I Became Your Mama-meant to be read aloud by mothers to their children-is a joyous celebration of the miracle of motherhood, in all its forms and paths. Whether your journey involved IVF, FET, embryo donation, embryo adoption, adoption, gestational surrogacy, or traditional pregnancy, you are part of the miracle of life.

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Contributor: Maggie Allen from Inkwater Press

#2 My Mom Has Two Jobs by Michelle Travis

My new children’s book celebrates working moms. This book is a perfect way to show moms how much their hard work is appreciated–both at home and in their careers. In *My Mom Has Two Jobs*, children proudly describe how their moms care for them in a very special way, while also making the world better through their careers. The book highlights moms in a wide range of professions, including a teacher, engineer, police officer, doctor, secretary, dentist, firefighter, nurse, lawyer, waitress, military sergeant, veterinarian, and pilot.

My Mom Has Two Jobs gives moms a platform to talk with their kids about their work, and to help kids see how moms bring the same love, passion, and dedication to both their parenting jobs and their professional jobs. The book is beautifully illustrated to embrace diverse moms and kids of different races and ethnicities, and to show the wide range of important roles that women play.

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Contributor: Michelle Travis

#3 Stretched Too Thin by Jessica N. Turner

How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive is a great pick for the working mom in your life. As a mother of three and full-time marketing professional, Jessica understands the pressures and mental load and comes alongside women to show them how to:

  • work and parent guilt-free
  • set achievable goals
  • discover more flexibility
  • establish clear work boundaries
  • develop home management solutions
  • become more efficient and less stressed
  • prioritize self-care
  • invest in their marriage
  • cultivate deeper friendships

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Contributor: Brianna DeWitt from Baker Publishing Group

#4 Daisy’s Story by Wynter Sommers

Mother’s Day celebrates the selfless love a care-giver extends to a young child. Not every woman can be a natural mother and some adopt. Reading Daisy’s Story will make you appreciate the family you do have as Daisy, an orphan during WWII, is adopted by a single working woman. Both learn to appreciate each other and find the most wonderful of adventures: family love. Daisy grew up in an orphanage dreaming about the most wonderful of all treasures, belonging to a family of her very own. But, no matter how hard she tried, Daisy was always passed over for adoption. Still, she worked to excel in everything, hoping somehow wonderful parents would take her home with them. And then one day, Daisy’s prayers were answered in a most unexpected way…

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Contributor: GJ dePillis from Pure Force Enterprises, Inc.

#5 Those Tough Questions by Cynthia MacGregor

I wrote this book for how to answer those tough questions your kid asks? You know the ones … the ones every parent dreads … the ones that always come at an inconvenient time … the ones that are so important to answer right … the ones you can’t google the answers to or find in Wikipedia. What are the right answers, though? This book is a handy ‘crib sheet’ for parents that will enable you to satisfy the most inquisitive of children: you need never be stuck for a response again.

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Contributor: Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#6 Facing Down Empty Nest Syndrome by Cynthia MacGregor

I wrote this book for the mother whose children have recently grown and flown or are approaching the age where they are about to move out.

If the prospect of your last child leaving for college or moving out of the family home to get on with his or her life feels like it would be the end of yours, this book is for you. You’ve lived and breathed for your children for decades, and suddenly it seems they don’t need you any more. That feeling, coupled with unaccustomed time to yourself, can be overwhelming. Your kids have been your whole life, or a large part of it, but their moving out doesn’t have to depress you. Here is help for building a new phase of life for yourself and, as the title says, facing down that empty nest syndrome.

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Contributor: Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#7 Predator Proof Your Child by Cynthia MacGregor

I wrote this book for every parent wants to keep their child safe, but what if the child faces an abduction or sexual assault by a predatory individual? You aren’t being paranoid—the predators really are out there. Will their next target be your child? In this book, you will find sensible advice for safeguarding your child, from toddler to teen, from those who might wish them harm. Predator-proof YOUR child…today…before it’s too late!

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Contributor: Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#8 Husbands: An Owner’s Manual by Judi Schindler

If Mom has a good sense of humor, she’ll get a chuckle out of my book, which explains how to select a husband and how maintain him in good working order, including what to do about replacement parts, warranties and exchanges.

Readers learn: why straight women should consider same-sex marriage the pros and cons of second-hand husbands how to translate the phrase, “I need to find myself” why women should avoid professional athletes and Justin Bieber and lots more essential facts based on my 54 years of marriage.

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Contributor: Judi Schindler from Schindler Communications

#9 Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn

If you want to show mom that you know you stress her out sometimes but that you still really appreciate her, get her this read by Jon Kabat-Zinn. It talks all about mindfulness and living a calm, peaceful life. And by giving your mom this book, you’ll be helping her be happier all throughout the year.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

Written by Eve O'Rourke

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