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Mommy, What Do You See When You Look at Me is an endearing story of true love expressed between a mother and daughter. An inquisitive daughter challenges her mother to answer her questions. She receives her mom's adoring words describing the characteristics that make her daughter a unique and special person. Readers will take a journey with characters who express the purest form of love in existence; it is the love between a parent and child. This story will leave all moms and daughters with a yearning to share an embrace and a desire to have a similar conversation of your own. This is a…mehr

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Mommy, What Do You See When You Look at Me is an endearing story of true love expressed between a mother and daughter. An inquisitive daughter challenges her mother to answer her questions. She receives her mom's adoring words describing the characteristics that make her daughter a unique and special person. Readers will take a journey with characters who express the purest form of love in existence; it is the love between a parent and child. This story will leave all moms and daughters with a yearning to share an embrace and a desire to have a similar conversation of your own. This is a perfect bookshelf item for any young girl. Mothers and daughters will love reading this story together again and again. This story is a great confidence booster for girls and will help them understand that there is so much more to a person than what the eyes can see. This book shows the strong bond that exists between mother and daughter. There are beautiful attributes about the daughter that are easy to see. But this mom helps her daughter see the characteristics that are beyond exterior beauty. It details an endearing and loving relationship that will appeal to all moms and daughters.
Autorenporträt
Candace Haynes is a mom of five, and more specifically, a mom of three beautiful girls. She is a 25-year career educator who has stepped into a growing field of writers who choose to bring more African American characters to life in children's books. The many students she has encountered throughout her career as a teacher and administrator are a source of great inspiration. It is important to Candace that the characters in her stories are relatable, realistic, and helpful to others. These characteristics are prominent in all of her work.