Friday, May 6, 2011

Kids: Celebrate Mother's Day!

Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 8th! The library has a great collection of books and resources for your child to make Mother’s Day special and memorable! Here are a few recommended titles:


Mother's Day
Mother's Day by Anne Rockwell
The students in Mrs. Madoff's class share how they will celebrate Mother's Day with their families.

Happy Mother's Day, Mami!
Happy Mother's Day, Mami! by Leslie Valdes
It's Mother's Day! Dora has decided to make a special cake for her mami, but first she must gather all the ingredients.

Freaky Friday
Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers
A thirteen-year-old girl gains a much more sympathetic understanding of her relationship with her mother when she has to spend a day in her mother's body.


Freaky Friday
Mother's Day Crafts by Arlene and Herbert Erlbach
Presents easy craft projects to make for Mother's Day. Learn how to make the following: cupcake magnets, flower photo card, jewel case photo frame and more!

Things to Make for Mother's Day
Things to Make for Mother's Day by Rebecca Gilpin
This book is packed full of ideas for simple gifts and activities to celebrate Mother's Day. Simple instructions are provided for cooking mom’s favorite food and creating crafts.

My Very Own Mother's Day: A Book of Cooking and Crafts
My Very Own Mother's Day: A Book of Cooking and Crafts by Robin West
Provides suggestions for celebrating Mother's Day through recipes and instructions for various crafts that mothers would enjoy!

Here are other ways to celebrate Mother’s Day:
  • Create a personalized Mother’s Day greeting card.
  • Work on a Mother’s Day craft project.
  • Write a thoughtful poem for mom.
  • Play mom’s favorite board games with her such as chess, cards, etc.
For more recommendations, please visit the Youth Services desk at your library.
Posted by pn.