Official Review: Mama's Daycare by Ngozi Edema

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Re: Official Review: Mama's Daycare by Ngozi Edema

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This is a wonderful book for kids. It can definitely stimulate their senses and imagination. Having a school for mother's where they can relax and pamper themselves is an amazing idea.
Thank you for the detailed review.
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Great review! I agree that the illustrations are excellent. It's so sweet that Nene is worried about her mom.
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Beautiful concept! Promoting such relationships in this stress related society, where parents move away from children due to economic issues, stand a chance on bringing value to this. Thank you!
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I should grab this book immediately. I love children's books, besides I like the premise of this one.
Thanks for the wonderful review.
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What a sweet and adorable concept for a book. I think my youngest child would probably love this book. Great review!
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Sounds like a cute story I may read to my daughter should I have one. I will probably take a peak at the pages a little while later, just to make sure I do want to read it to a child. A close relationship is all I hopeful for my child with me, so I like that in the book. I didnt have that with my mom, but I did with my dad so I feel I can still relate. Congratulations on BOTD.
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Thank you for sharing your review with us. I thought this book was absolutely adorable, and also rated it 4 out of 4 stars. I loved how much details went into the illustrations. I will happily share this book with my nephews and nieces.
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A children's book where a little 5-year-old girl is worried about her mom when she starts Kindergarten is a cute story. The illustrations are beautiful, vibrant, and support the story told. Great review!
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What a wonderful story with a fresh unique idea. Many times parents take care of the children; not the other way around.
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kandscreeley wrote: 17 Sep 2019, 19:21 If only there really was something called Mama's daycare. I know many mothers would love that! Nevertheless, it sounds like a fabulous story. I'm so glad that the illustrations are quality. Thanks!
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Sounds like a wonderful read with such a cute story, it reminded me of when my son began kindergarten. Great review!
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Such original story about the relationship between mother and daughter. If only there's such thing as mama's day care. I'm sure a lot of mothers out there would be delighted to read this to their children.
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I am glad the illustrations in the book are wonderful since they help children to focus on the story. Thank you for your review!
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A child taking her mother to a daycare! What a wonderful premise for a children's book. This will definitely teach children early enough that parents should also be taken care of. Thank you for this wonderful review!
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Nice, unique idea! Mama's care definitely is a captivating read for children. Congratulations on BOTD. Thanks for your review.
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